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Friday, January 29, 2016 at 7pm through Sunday, February 14, 2016 at 9pm
7pm through Sunday, February 14 at 9pm
There's No Business Like Show Business is a new musical revue celebrating the great Broadway Musicals of the 1940s and 1950s. With songs from West Side Story, Carousel, Kiss Me Kate, Annie Get Your Gun, Guys and Dolls, The King and I, The Music Man, The Sound of Music, South Pacific, My Fair Lady, and more you'll be sure to be tapping your toes and humming along in just minutes. Family friendly and perfect for groups, "There's No Business Like Show Business" is a fun and lively tribute to the shows that have shaped our culture and the Great American Songbook. Presented by Chehalem Players Repertory.
Saturday, January 30, 2016 at 10am through Sunday, January 31, 2016 at 4pm
10am through Sunday, January 31 at 4pm
oh it's quite true that many of us have reveled, revelated, sweated, sang, and shared beautiful memories in the gorgeous cobb sauna at Tryon Life Community Farm. This magnificent earthen form was built through the dedication of hundreds of hours, hands, and hearts of community members and Villiage Building Convergence Volunteers. It has flourished as a marvelous, rewarding, and celebrated community resource over the years. All that loving has seen the sauna fall into a bit of disrepair lately... so a bunch of us are going to get together and fix it up so we can start safely using it again as soon as possible! If you have enjoyed hosting or attending sauna events at the farm or you might like to in the future, please feel welcome join us. What needs to be done? + Fashioning and fasting ladders for the inside. + Re-positioning of the stove. + Repairing and replacing the stovepipe. + Updating the sparkguard. + Designing and re-configuring a scennario for the outdoor lighting scenario. + Sprucing up the changing area. + Landscaping outside the sauna. + Path maintenance. + General tidying/MOOPing. Please bring your own lunch. Over break, we will discuss the topic of how we as stewards, hosts, guests, and tenders attend to spiritually holding the container of the sauna space. Additionally, we will discuss intentions for the organizational and logistical aspects of collaboratively caring for this community resource! Your help will be greatly appreciated! We're going to have fun! We're going to bond! We will not run out of tasks! The tasks we complete will be gratifying! The forest will love to see you. http://www.facebook.com/events/211976825815595/
Sunday, January 31, 2016 from 11am-4pm
11am-4pm
On Sunday, January 31, 2016, join over 2,000 attendees at Portland State University’s Smith Memorial Student Union for a New Year celebration of Japanese American traditions! Mochitsuki is, in its strictest sense, the pounding of rice into tasty, sticky rice cakes, or mochi, that symbolizes starting the New Year with a full belly in hopes of abundance in the year ahead. The 20th annual Mochitsuki event is a family-friendly festival offering a feast for the senses, with food, art, performances, and many exceptional hands-on cultural experiences for all ages. New features this year include food and flower arranging demonstrations, and a Japanese vegan food vendor.
Sunday, January 31, 2016 from 10am-2pm
10am-2pm
~WHAT~ Come on down to the founding zone of #CityRepair and see the #permaculture and #naturalbuilding wonders of the #PlanetRepairInstitute (PRI) and #ShareItSquare! We'll be helping the bustling #community take care of their #gardens, #communitycompost, fruit trees, and do general care and upkeep. This is the 1st out of 2 PRI winter worparties. The next one is on 2/7: https://www.facebook.com/events/1658708991059334/ ~WHAT TO BRING~ Most work will be done outdoors, so dress for the weather. Snacks, tools, and guidance will be provided. ~QUESTIONS?~ Contact Kirk at volunteer@cityrepair.org. http://www.facebook.com/events/162639777437342/
Sunday, January 31, 2016 from 1-4pm
1-4pm
This bicycle ride follows the route of the MAX Orange Line from its start at the Lincoln St./SW 3rd Ave. station to the end station at SE Park Ave. Each station has a signature art piece and there are several more public art installations along the way. The route uses a combination of dedicated bike paths, bike lanes, and quiet surface streets and also includes the Rhine Street and Kellogg Creek bike/pedestrian bridges. Start: 1pm at Lincoln St./SW 3rd Ave. MAX Station (just across street on North side) Distance: 10 miles Cost: Free Skills: Got any skills you can bring to the party? Contact: The Toms Add your skills to the rumpus and help stamp out cabin fever. http://www.facebook.com/events/1522955934683596/
Sunday, January 31, 2016 from 2-7:30pm
2-7:30pm
ABOUT The Seventh Annual Earth Care Summit will explore the interrelationships of soil, food, faith and climate. This yearly event provides opportunities for networking among congregations, community agencies and businesses that are involved in the greening process; sharing best practices; and celebrating the many creative ways of caring for creation. The event is organized by Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon's Interfaith Network for Earth Concerns, and co-sponsored by the University of Portland and other local faith communities, organizations and businesses. PRICE $35 for individuals with dinner; $15 no dinner. $280 for a dinner table sponsorship for 8 people. Free for students with ID, $20 for students with dinner. $120 nonprofit sponsorship with display table, $150 business sponsorship with display table. VENUE The University of Portland SCHEDULE Saturday, January 30 8-10pm: Climate Arts Event https://www.facebook.com/events/1689397158005423/ Featuring Kim Stafford, Writer/Poet/Musician and Anna Fritz, Cellist/Folksinger Sunday, January 31 2-3pm: Resource Fair 3-4pm: Keynote by Dr. Randy Woodley (Keetowah Cherokee), Director of Intercultural and Indigenous Studies at George Fox University and Co-Sustainer of Eloheh Farm 4-6pm: Breakout Sessions, including: •Your Backyard and Beyond: Why, Where, and How We Should Restore Nature •The Mystery and Science of Soil •Nurturing our Soil as We Nourish Our Bodies •Our Ground, Our Food: Young People Speak on Food, Climate and Place •Active Hope: Creativity, Empowerment and Action in Troubled Times 6-7:30pm: Dinner, closing remarks with Mayor Charlie Hales, firsthand account of the Paris Climate talks, small group reflection, closing prayer and song SPONSORSHIP Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon's Interfaith Network for Earth Concerns and the University of Portland CO-SPONSORHIP The Archdiocese of Portland, St. Andrew Lutheran Church of Beaverton, the Presbytery of the Cascades, George Fox Evangelical Seminary If your faith community, organization or business is interested in co-sponsorship, please visit emoregon.org/events and download and send the appropriate form. FOR MORE INFORMATION Visit www.emoregon.org/events http://www.facebook.com/events/1113113382062655/
with
Hatch
Sunday, January 31, 2016 from 2-5pm
2-5pm
Hatch Innovation is proud to present the fifth installment of Hatch:Soup!  The last Hatch:Soup was incredibly succesful but this Soup will be even better. Here's how it works: People with great, early-stage ideas (projects or startups) that will provide lasting benefit to their community submit applications, and we pick five of them to present their ideas on Sunday, January 31st, 2016. Then, community members buy tickets to attend, which gets each attendee a bowl of hot soup and delicious bread, and (perhaps most importantly) a vote. After the five presentations, the attendees vote, and the project with the most votes takes away all of the money from ticket sales to make their project a reality. There is also plenty of time for networking and discussion - this is truly a positive and collaborative experience. In addition, all presenters get a three-month Hatch membership to work on their ideas. An alternative funding model for community good, Hatch:Soup provides citizens with an opportunity to receive funding and complete projects. Check out our Hatch Soup V Facebook event page! Applicants Applicants answer application questions when they buy a ticket.  Applications are due by December 16th, 2015.   Finalists If you're selected, you'll be notified by December 18th. You'll be asked to prepare a five minute presentation with three slides, answering these questions: 1) Who are you? 2) What is the problem you are trying to solve? 3) How will your project solve it? And here's the catch: the 3 slides must be images only. No text. Show people what you're talking about! You'll be asked to send through the presentation slides to us, and also to bring along any materials that may help your case. Finalist are strongly encouraged to attend the Hatch:Soup V Pitch Clinic on January 29th from 5pm-6pm, at Hatch.  Finalist will receive help with their presentation and slideshow at the clinic.  Please bring your presentation, slides, and ideas to the clinic. Attendees Your ticket price gets you a delicious bowl of soup and a vote. At the end of the afternoon, after hearing the presentations and a short Q&A session, ballots are counted, and the project with the most votes receives the money collected from ticket sales.  Things to Know: Is my project right for Hatch:Soup? The three main criteria for selection are 1) That your idea/project/startup helps your community (or someone else's community), 2) That it provides lasting change, and 3) That it is currently in an early stage. How do we define early stage? Well, tell us if $500 - $1500 would make a difference to your idea. If that sounds like peanuts, then you're probably not right for Hatch:Soup. If you've already raised all the cash you need and want a platform to tell people about your idea - it's also not a good fit. We're looking for people who need some small seed funding for a tangible and impactful project. What is the Hatch:Soup V Pitch Clinic? This is an amazing opportunity for the five finalists to get feedback about their presentation.  The Pitch Clinic is a one-hour session led by the Program Manager of the Sustainable Valley Technology Group, Rosetta Shaw. If you are selected to be a finalist, we strongly encourage you attend, although it is not mandatory. What if I'm not selected to present? If you're not selected, all is not lost. You still have a ticket to attend! At the event, you can learn from others, get a feel for what works, and also network with the community. You'll make contacts who can help you grow your idea, and using your one-day membership, you can see how Hatch helps social entrepreneurs thrive. Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event? There are no age requirements to attend or apply to present at Hatch:Soup. What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? There is abundant on-street parking in the surrounding neighborhood.  Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Email sarah@hatchthefuture.org if you have any questions.   Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Nope - this is the digital age. We'd actually prefer if you didn't print them out!
Sunday, January 31, 2016 from 4:30-6:30pm
4:30-6:30pm
Portland Solidarity Network is an organization that is dedicated to fighting for our rights in the workplace and at home. This includes fighting sexism, racism, ableism, and other forms of discrimination in a way that empowers us and builds momentum to create a more equal world. Contact portlandsolidaritynetwork@gmail.com for more information.
Sunday, January 31, 2016 from 2-3:30pm
2-3:30pm
Portland Youth Philharmonic, America’s first youth orchestra, proudly presents the Season 92 Camerata PYP Chamber series: Camerata PYP, Portland Youth Philharmonic’s advanced chamber ensemble, will open its series at 2:00 PM on January 31, 2016 at the Lincoln Hall on the Portland State University campus. In collaboration with Chamber Music Northwest, the ensemble will take on classical music favorite Divertimento for Nine Instruments by American impressionist Walter Piston, and Wallingford Riegger’s energetic Study in Sonority, scored for 10 solo violins. Camerata PYP’s opening concert will see the world premiere of Tomas Svoboda’s Folk Concertino for Seven Instruments, as well as Charles Tomlinson Griffes’ Three Tone Pictures. Camerata PYP gives selected students the opportunity to explore an extraordinary range of repertoire performed in intimate venues. A second Camerata PYP program will follow on Sunday, April 24, 2016 at Wieden+Kennedy in Northwest Portland. For more information or to buy tickets, visit www.portlandyouthphil.org or call (503) 223.5939. Connect with PYP on Facebook as the Portland Youth Philharmonic, on Twitter as @PDXYouthPhil, and on Instagram as pdxyouthphil for performance dates, contests, giveaways, and more! Price range: $15-$20/ticket
February
2016
Monday
Feb
1
2016
Monday, February 1, 2016 at 9am through Friday, February 5, 2016 at 4pm
9am through Friday, February 5 at 4pm
PDX Permaculture Monday, February 1 at 9:00 AM This week is an in depth study of code compliant off-grid electrical and lighting systems applicable in the home, shop or anywhere else appropriate f... http://www.meetup.com/Portland-Permaculture-Meetup/events/227431304/
with
Surfrider
Monday, February 1, 2016 from 7:30-8:30pm
7:30-8:30pm
Laura's House, Newport OR (call (541) 815-3398 for directions)
Tuesday
Feb
2
2016
Tuesday, February 2, 2016 from 9:30-11:30am
9:30-11:30am
Council members will discuss amendments to Recommended Comprehensive Plan. (http://www.portlandoregon.gov/?c=26000&a=560601)
Tuesday, February 2, 2016 from 7-9:30pm
7-9:30pm
Author Derek Cressman talks about his new book and how we can claim our democracy from the plutocrats and corporatists. Derek has worked to get big special interest money out of the political system since 1995 when he was director of U.S. PIRG's Democracy Program and a national vice presdient of Common Cause. www.derekcressman.com Sponsored by Alliance for Democracy, Economic Justice Action Group of 1st Unitarian Church, Oregon Common Cause, Oregon Progressive Party, Oregon Independent Party, Oregon Common Cause, OSPIRG. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Admission: $5-20 donation; no one turned away for lack of funds.
Tuesday, February 2, 2016 from 6-8:30pm
6-8:30pm
Residential Infill Stakeholder Advisory Committee Meeting #6 (http://www.portlandoregon.gov/?c=26000&a=560353)
Tuesday, February 2, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
When jihadists took control of Northern Mali in 2012 they imposed one of the strictest interpretations of Sharia law in history. Music was banned, radio stations were destroyed, instruments were burned, and musicians faced torture or even death. In a country celebrated for its vibrant musical tradition, the most revered members of society – musicians – were forced into hiding or exile. Schwartz’s film follows Mali’s musicians as they fight to keep music alive in their country. The film bears witness to fierce military battles, life in refugee camps where money and hope are scarce, and perilous journeys home to war-ravaged cities. However, for a band called Songhoy Blues, the path of impassioned resistance leads to international stardom. The film's score was composed by the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s Nick Zinner and features music from a variety of artists, including Khaira Arby, Fadimata ‘Disco’ Walet Oumar, Amkoullel and Moussa Sidi. (100 mins.) THEY WILL HAVE TO KILL US FIRST UK 2012 DIRECTOR: JOHANNA SCHWARTZ 33rd Reel Music - January 15- February 8, 2016 Reel Music is the Film Center’s annual showcase exploring the lively interplay between sound and image, music and culture. Featuring everything from collections of vintage performance clips to new documentary and dramatic films, to cutting-edge music videos and animation, Reel Music embraces films exploring a variety of musical genres—jazz, blues, rock, classical, opera, and avant-garde—and fuses them into a unique cinematic celebration.
Wednesday
Feb
3
2016
Wednesday, February 3, 2016 at 5pm through Saturday, February 6, 2016 at 11pm
5pm through Saturday, February 6 at 11pm
Join us for the opening of the inaugural Portland Winter Light Festival! A free, all-ages community wide event to celebrate illuminating the city's public spaces with installations by premier light artists and designers. No tikets needed! http://www.facebook.com/events/1809331869293879/
Wednesday, February 3, 2016 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
PDXTech4Good Wednesday, February 3 at 6:00 PM There’s been a recent shift in how activists are trying to bring about social change, and SJF is at the forefront of this shift. Come find out how yo... http://www.meetup.com/pdxtech4good-nonprofit-activist-tech/events/228393065/
Wednesday, February 3, 2016 from noon-3pm
noon-3pm
We’re at a dramatic crossroads in our journey to protect the climate in Oregon. In February, legislators in Salem will consider the most important climate legislation in our state's history, the Healthy Climate Bill. The bill would limit climate pollution and account for its cost in Oregon, accelerating the transition to clean energy and creating a healthier future for our children. On February 3rd, join hundreds of Oregonians in Salem to call on legislators to support the Healthy Climate Bill. We need EVERYONE for the rally at noon on the Capitol Steps! Please RSVP and we'll be in touch with opportunities to carpool and more details. RSVP here: http://bit.ly/1TDfiot CONTACT YOUR LEGISLATORS and ask them to support the Healthy Climate Bill! Click here to contact them directly: http://bit.ly/1ZMEooN Supporters of the bill include: Renew Oregon, OLCV, Interfaith Power and Light, Climate Solutions, Sierra Club, Oregon Environmental Council, Onward Oregon, 350 Eugene, Rogue Climate, Southern Oregon Climate Action Now, Union of Concerned Scientists, 350 Deschutes, Environment Oregon, Hair on Fire, Columbia Gorge Climate Action Network, and many more! If you'd like to endorse the bill, please contact Page at page@reneworegon.org. ************* RALLY CARPOOL & BUS MEET-UPS ASHLAND: Meet at Shop-N-Kart (2268 Ashland St) Leave at 6:45am Lead Contact: Paula, 541-261-8033 MEDFORD: South Medford Fred Meyer (1301 Center Dr) Leave at 7:00am Lead Contact: Kathy, 541-324-4501 EUGENE: First United Methodist Church (1376 Olive St) Leave at 10am Lead Contact: Lee Deveau 458-205-1462 BEND: JCPenny Parking Lot (63455 N Hwy 97 Ste 93, NW Corner of the parking lot between Penny’s & Bed Bath Beyond) Leave at 8:30am Lead Contact: Wesley Noone, 541-550-8246 Additional Contact: Diane Hodiak, 206-498-5887 PORTLAND AREA: Lloyd Center (on NE 13th between NE Multnomah and NE Holladay) Depart at 10:30am Lead Contact: Lori Benton, 503-421-7423 NORTHERN COAST: Lighthouse Bar 36480 N Hwy 101 Meet at 9am Lead Contact: Mike Cook 503-706-7390 CORVALLIS: 1st St under Harrison Blvd Bridge Meet at 10:45am Lead Contact: Kris Paul 541-250-9575 ROSEBURG: Douglas County Library (1409 NE Diamond Lake Blvd) Meet at 8:45am Lead contact: Stuart Liebowtiz, 541-672-9819 SALEM: 12pm on Capitol Steps http://www.facebook.com/events/791805140924810/
Wednesday, February 3, 2016 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
Venue:
@
Idealist
PDXTech4Good Wednesday, February 3 at 6:00 PM There’s been a recent shift in how activists are trying to bring about social change, and SJF is at the forefront of this shift. Come find out how yo... http://www.meetup.com/pdxtech4good-nonprofit-activist-tech/events/228393065/
Wednesday, February 3, 2016 from 6-7pm
6-7pm
http://www.facebook.com/events/1720619338170316/
Wednesday, February 3, 2016 from 7-10pm
7-10pm
PDX Permaculture Wednesday, February 3 at 7:00 PM Since its creation in 2011, the PDX Permaculture group has held over 170 events and amassed over 2,200 group members. In recent years, we've made effo... Price: USD 25.00 per person http://www.meetup.com/Portland-Permaculture-Meetup/events/226220455/
Thursday
Feb
4
2016
Thursday, February 4, 2016 from 2-5pm
2-5pm
City Council will be discussing an item titled "SE Harrison Street Vacation and Karl Arruda Zoning Confirmation Letter and Use Agreement for SE 3rd & Harrison" which is to make way for Right 2 Dream Too to inhabit a new space. Please come out to support our villager friends! Council agenda will be out and updated at 5 pm on Thursday, Jan 28th here: http://www.portlandonline.com/auditor/?c=26997 Another opportunity to support and learn more about the issue is earlier on Jan 30th: https://www.facebook.com/events/1746375715591274/ #AffordableHousing #R2DToo #WelcomeHome http://www.facebook.com/events/1552525945071312/
Thursday, February 4, 2016 from 6-7pm
6-7pm
http://www.facebook.com/events/1691977207752523/
Thursday, February 4, 2016 from 9-11pm
9-11pm
Portland based Circus Luminescence is proud to bring you a black-light infused vaudeville vision quest across the time-space continuum. This theatrical circus show features LED Juggling, silks, hooping, stilts, acrobatics, poetry, puppetry, and dance creatively woven together into a psychedelic dreamscape. Set to the tunes of a live jazz-funk band, featuring members of the Healthy Dose, this innovative performance is a treat for the eyes, ears and soul.
Thursday, February 4, 2016 from 8-10pm
8-10pm
Illuminate yourself at a dance walk at the awesome winter light festival coming up next week! (festival info- https://www.facebook.com/events/1809331869293879/ ) this is a FREE and OUTLOUD mobile dance party where we invite the people around us to join in and dance with us. we will dance about the lighted art installations and have a grand time. we are going to meet up at 8pm, after the GLow Jam ends (Glow jam info - https://www.facebook.com/events/578240365660234/) and head out about 8:15pm and mosey about til 10pm. come dressed up in lights and brights. I will have a mobile soundsytem on wheels that will accompany us as our soundtrack and we will move the dance party around and share the fun with the community at large. right now I will say that we will meet up at the "west plaza" of OMSI however I may update that on the day of when I get there if that is unrealistic, so look for meeting updates on the day of. PLease LIKE the "Dance Walk PDX" page to be invited to future Dance walks and see pictures of past dance walks https://www.facebook.com/groups/1670465643240499/ http://www.facebook.com/events/498785910294351/
Thursday, February 4, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
triangle productions! is proud to present the West Coast Premiere of WHAT EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW Directed by Donald Horn Written by Monica Byrne In a Catholic reformatory in 1914, three teenage girls (Anne, Theresa, and Lucy) pass the time with masturbation rituals, though they're innocent of the "sinful" nature of their act. Then a belligerent new girl, Joan, shows up, bearing illegal contraband: birth control materials distributed by the woman's rights activist Margaret Sanger [founder of Planned Parenthood]. The girls start reading the material and jokingly pretend to venerate Sanger as a saint, but then undergo a profound conversion experience. See more at: http://www.trianglepro.org/what-every-girl/#sthash.UQ8dmZO2.dpuf NOTE: DUE THE SUBJECT MATTER – NO ONE UNDER 14 IS PERMITTED WITHOUT BEING ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT OVER 18 For tickets/information: 503-239-5919 or www.trianglepro.org All seats are reserved. Ticket prices $15 - $35 Special Student Rates ($7.00 tickets)! Group rates are also available upon request
Friday
Feb
5
2016
with
Surfrider
Friday, February 5, 2016 from 5-7pm
5-7pm
Come join Coos Bay Surfrider at Waxers Surf and Skate in Downtown Coos Bay for wine walk sponsored by Barefoot wines. Learn about what we are doing, meet some our fantastic volunteers.
Friday, February 5, 2016 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
The Rooftops Directed by Merzak Allouache Algeria, France, 2013 , 91 min. Opening Night with Film Director Merzak Allouache With live pre-film music by local Algerian musician Moh Alileche Sponsored by Cascade Associated Students of PCC All films are free and open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis. It is a great honor to welcome Merzak Allouache, Algeria’s foremost film director, to Portland to present his film, The Rooftops, on Opening Night at the 26th Cascade Festival of African Films. Taking place over a single day, paced by the five daily calls to prayer, the film tells five independent stories that intermingle and clash and are set on the rooftop terraces of five historic neighborhoods in Algiers, the capital city. Within this structure, Mr. Allouache presents a microcosm of Algerian society and casts a critical eye on important social issues such as class and gender inequality, poverty, corruption and the rise of religious fundamentalism. Whenever it’s needed, Mr. Allouache artfully uses humor to lighten his serious subject matter. Two of Mr. Allouache’s earlier films, the now-classic Bab el-Oued City and The Other World, showed at CFAF in 2000 and 2006, respectively. In Arabic and French with English subtitles. Not suitable for children.
Friday, February 5, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
Presented by Robert Redford, T Bone Burnett and Jack White, and produced for the BBC’s Arena and PBS, MacMahon and a host of co-producers piece together the extraordinary 1920s story of record companies leaving the big city to tour America's backroads and capture for the first time the raw musical expressions of rural cultures. These field recordings, initially aimed for the rural markets from which they came, democratized music and gave a voice to the most marginalized demographics in the nation. Following the trail to rediscover the families whose music was recorded, and whose legacy has left a lasting impact on popular music, AMERICAN EPIC reveals the remarkable lives of these seminal musicians through previously unseen film footage, unpublished photographs, and exclusive interviews with some of the last living witnesses to that era. In this special advance screening of one of the three episodes in the series, the filmmakers travel deep into the Hopi nation and its musical traditions, explore the origins of Hawaiian slack-key guitar, discover the hybrid of cultures expressed in Tejano music, head through bayou country and its Cajun music, and end up in Avalon, Missisippi to explore the history of the delta blues and its innovator, Mississippi John Hurt. (82 mins.) AMERICAN EPIC UK/US 2016 DIRECTORS: BERNARD MACMAHON 33rd Reel Music - January 15- February 8, 2016 Reel Music is the Film Center’s annual showcase exploring the lively interplay between sound and image, music and culture. Featuring everything from collections of vintage performance clips to new documentary and dramatic films, to cutting-edge music videos and animation, Reel Music embraces films exploring a variety of musical genres—jazz, blues, rock, classical, opera, and avant-garde—and fuses them into a unique cinematic celebration.
Friday, February 5, 2016 from 8-10pm
8-10pm
Upcoming Performance about Earthquakes and Preparedness in Portland Faultline Ensemble, a new collaborative of artists and health workers, will perform an original play about earthquake preparedness and community health in Portland. Tickets are a suggested donation of $5-20, with no one turned away for lack of funds. To reserve, email FaultlineTickets@gmail.com or show up at the door. Reservations are recommended. This will be the second run of this original work about loss and survival in post-earthquake Portland. Weaving stories of disaster, gentrification, health access, addiction, recovery and resilience, it played to sold out houses in 2014. This series includes several post-show discussions to address questions of earthquake preparedness and disaster relief. Please check www.facebook.com/faultlineensemble for a schedule of discussions. Portland sits on a fault due to rupture in upcoming years, causing widespread damage throughout the Pacific Northwest. This collaboratively developed and extensively researched performance questions the nature of our city’s preparedness, explores the psychological impact of disaster, and reveals the lessons disasters can teach us about our own communities. Please join us for this conversation. Holding onto the Sky is supported by the Peninsula Oddfellows, individual donations and a grant from The Pollination Project. For tickets and more information please contact (650) 814-5519 or FaultlineTickets@gmail.com
Friday, February 5, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
triangle productions! is proud to present the West Coast Premiere of WHAT EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW Directed by Donald Horn Written by Monica Byrne In a Catholic reformatory in 1914, three teenage girls (Anne, Theresa, and Lucy) pass the time with masturbation rituals, though they're innocent of the "sinful" nature of their act. Then a belligerent new girl, Joan, shows up, bearing illegal contraband: birth control materials distributed by the woman's rights activist Margaret Sanger [founder of Planned Parenthood]. The girls start reading the material and jokingly pretend to venerate Sanger as a saint, but then undergo a profound conversion experience. See more at: http://www.trianglepro.org/what-every-girl/#sthash.UQ8dmZO2.dpuf NOTE: DUE THE SUBJECT MATTER – NO ONE UNDER 14 IS PERMITTED WITHOUT BEING ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT OVER 18 For tickets/information: 503-239-5919 or www.trianglepro.org All seats are reserved. Ticket prices $15 - $35 Special Student Rates ($7.00 tickets)! Group rates are also available upon request
Friday, February 5, 2016 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
Venue:
@
Be Space
We are creating a regular "community of practice" based on Joanna Macy’s Work that Reconnects. Meeting once a month, we will explore practices and the simple community ritual of The Elm Dance to help us change the destructive course of human activity by recognizing how much power we actually have to heal our world and ourselves. Friday, February 5 from 7:00 - 8:30 pm $10 suggested donation to support our gathering space. All are welcome. For more information about The Elm Dance and more, visit: http://joannamacy.net/theelmdance.html painting: Spiral by Helen Klebesadel http://www.facebook.com/events/221952914812367/
Saturday
Feb
6
2016
Saturday, February 6, 2016 at 6:30pm through Sunday, February 7, 2016 at 2am
6:30pm through Sunday, February 7 at 2am
CELEBRATE THE LIFE OF "ROBERT NESTA MARLEY" With Live Reggae Music by Kingston son Simba Puma & The **ROARING LIONS** Bob's Music / DJs **SHORT CHANGE**, ReggaeBob / ** Legendary PABLO I ** from Kingston. Videos of All Marleys , Including Rita, Ziggy, Damien, Stephen, Julian & others / ** Just added, PETER TOSH songs** Chef **REGIS** will be serving true Caribbean foods to purchase During Dinnertime ! RASTA VILLAGE VENDORS / TWO HOURS A DANCEHALL TO CLOSE THE NIGHT ! ** Some Livestreaming From KINGSTONS own Bob Marley Festival ** Venue is Wheelchair accessible !** Tickets available $12 in advance @ ticket tomato .com / $15 @ the door !
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
Heron Pointe Wetland is degraded by the presence of an invasive grass:reed canary grass. Volunteers will be planting native willow, Oregon ash as well as naitve shrubs like douglas spirea. Volunteers will also be installing coffee bags as a weed barrier and mulching. Native plants will add needed biodiversity improving the overall health of the wetland. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/fairview-heron-pointe-wetland-community-planting-day
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
Friends of Trees is partnering with the Sandy River Basin Watershed Council and Friends of the Sandy River Delta with support from East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District, the US Forest Service, PGE's Habitat Fund, and the Jubitz Foundation to continue native seedling plantings at the Sandy River Delta. See a map of this site, HERE. Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
Join Friends of Trees at the first of two plantings to help add additional pollinator habitat in Wilsonville! The plantings are in partnership with the City of Wilsonville. Please note that this first planting at the Wilsonville Water Treatment Plant Park is a good site for planters of all ages! See a map of this site, HERE. Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
Join Friends of Trees as we plant native trees and shrubs and remove invasive English ivy from Memorial Park. We will be working near the forest shelter in the park near the banks of the Willamette River. Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
Venue:
@
Rock Creek Troge
Rock Creek is an important tributary of the Clackamas River. Rock Creek is home to salmon, beaver, and Osprey. Volunteers will be planting native trees like western red cedar, and native shrubs like thimbleberry. Volunteers will also be installing coffee bags as a weed barrier and mulching.Planting native trees and shrubs will help shade the stream, prevent erosion and improve fish and wildlife habitat. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/rock-creek-troge-community-planting-day
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
In partnership with the Dharma Rain Zen Center with support by East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District, Metro, and the National Fish & Wildlife Foundation, Friends of Trees is honored to be part of the third year of plant revegetation work occurring in this neglected parcel of Northeast Portland. Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
Venue:
@
Trillium Creek
Remove invasives to improve habitat and water quality. Tools and gloves will be provided on site. Drinking water will also be provided but feel free to bring your own water bottles. This can be messy work, so please wear appropriate clothing and sturdy shoes. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/trillium-creek-february-community-land-care-day
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 9-11:30am
9-11:30am
Venue:
@
Seaside Beach
The City of Seaside, Seaside Downtown Development Association, and Beach Drive Buccaneers invite you to join with us in cleaning up marine debris on our favorite Oregon Beach. Organized cleanups will take place, rain or shine, the first Saturday of every month. Sign in at The Seashore Inn on the Beach, 60 N. Prom, Seaside, get your bag, and, when done, drop it in a trash receptacle along the Prom. Stay the day and enjoy our shops and restaurants. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/seasides-treasure-beach-february-beach-cleanup
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 9:30am-4:30pm
9:30am-4:30pm
Venue:
@
TaborSpace
*This workshop is closed. Another will hopefully be offered this spring!* This is a one day workshop focused on building a greater understanding of trauma and liberatory health for change makers, activists, healers and clinicians. This trauma primer covers the basics of trauma and beyond. We’ll review the current theories and understandings of emotional (as well as cultural, historical, systemic and ontological) trauma. Participants will come to understand the primary contributors and the major investigations in the realm of trauma. We will follow the physiological narrative of traumatic experiences centered within neuroscience, with special attention paid to the epigenetic processes. Each of these aspects will be placed within the context of radical public health and structural violence. The physiology of oppression (and privilege) will be reviewed. Clinical and community interventions will be covered, including herbal, naturopathic and allopathic. We’ll wrap up our day with a focus meaningful self-care and trauma stewardship. Cost for non-CE Attendance is sliding scale: 30-90$ with the true cost of the class being 60$. If cost is not a concern for you, please consider paying towards the top of the scale to help fund those for whom cost is a concern. This class is 6 CEUs for NDs for extra charge. If you have an alternate CEU request, please contact us. -- “Lydia somehow makes the neurobiology of trauma really fun and really easy to understand. I was [originally] intimidated but I left feeling energized” – Anonymous Student, 2015 “I had a strong appreciation for how much physiology was in the class, specifically within an anti-oppression context, which is widely underrepresented in trauma courses. I've been to so many over the last decade where trauma was only ever represented as a climatic experience, rather than a continuum so many people face” – Clara Bella Story Parnell, Herbalist, LMT, Medicine Maker "Lydia is an amazing, dynamic teacher who is teaching cutting-edge material about trauma. Taking her class turned ideas I had about trauma work on its head" -- Elissa Mendenhall, ND http://www.facebook.com/events/1662117024028346/
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 8-10pm
8-10pm
Upcoming Performance about Earthquakes and Preparedness in Portland Faultline Ensemble, a new collaborative of artists and health workers, will perform an original play about earthquake preparedness and community health in Portland. Tickets are a suggested donation of $5-20, with no one turned away for lack of funds. To reserve, email FaultlineTickets@gmail.com or show up at the door. Reservations are recommended. This will be the second run of this original work about loss and survival in post-earthquake Portland. Weaving stories of disaster, gentrification, health access, addiction, recovery and resilience, it played to sold out houses in 2014. This series includes several post-show discussions to address questions of earthquake preparedness and disaster relief. Please check www.facebook.com/faultlineensemble for a schedule of discussions. Portland sits on a fault due to rupture in upcoming years, causing widespread damage throughout the Pacific Northwest. This collaboratively developed and extensively researched performance questions the nature of our city’s preparedness, explores the psychological impact of disaster, and reveals the lessons disasters can teach us about our own communities. Please join us for this conversation. Holding onto the Sky is supported by the Peninsula Oddfellows, individual donations and a grant from The Pollination Project. For tickets and more information please contact (650) 814-5519 or FaultlineTickets@gmail.com
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 5:30-9pm
5:30-9pm
Peter McCoy, a 30-year old Portland native, has dedicated the past 15 years to studying the diverse and integral roles fungi play in the environment, human cultures, and social movements. In 2006 McCoy founded Radical Mycology, a grassroots organization dedicated to increasing awareness of the many ways that fungi (i.e. mushrooms, molds, yeasts, and lichens) can enhance personal, societal, and ecological health. A decade later, McCoy has written Radical Mycology to detail the wide array of skills and insights that have arisen from the organization’s international work to advance appropriately applied mycology. Radical Mycology is a 700-page treatise that shatters commonly held beliefs on the importance of fungi. Whereas most fungally-focused books stick with the traditional topics of mushrooms and their edibility, this tome explores a wide range of ideas and skills. Step-by-step methods for DIY medicine making, mushroom cultivation, and pollution clean up (a.k.a. mycoremediation) are presented alongside social philosophies arguing for a mimicking of fungal growth in political systems and an exhaustive exposé of the history of psychoactive fungi. Throughout the text, the author reveals the numerous reasons that mycology (the study of fungi) is one of the most important fields of natural science and, paradoxically, one of the most obscure. On Saturday, February 6th, McCoy will be celebrating the release of Radical Mycology from 5:30 to 9:00 pm at Taborspace, 5441 SE Belmont St., Portland, OR. McCoy will give two different presentations on the book’s topics, Versionary will give a provocative performance of “The Sex Life of Mushrooms,” fungal visuals will be projected by Ritzy Sheens, and music will be provided by NorthernDraw. The all ages event is free and open to the public. Bring a mug for the free medicinal mushroom tea.
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 5:30-9pm
5:30-9pm
Portland Author Releases Revolutionary Book on Mushrooms and Culture Author and Portland native Peter McCoy celebrates the release of Radical Mycology, a book on DIY mushroom cultivation, pollution clean up, and much more. The free, all ages event will be held from 5:30 to 9:00 pm at Taborspace, 5441 SE Belmont St., Portland, OR. Peter McCoy has dedicated the past 15-years to studying the diverse and integral roles fungi play in the environment, human cultures, and social movements. In 2006 McCoy founded Radical Mycology, a grassroots organization dedicated to increasing awareness of the many ways that fungi (i.e. mushrooms, molds, yeasts, and lichens) can enhance personal, societal, and ecological health. A decade later, McCoy has written Radical Mycology to detail the wide array of skills and insights that have arisen from the organization’s international work to advance appropriately applied mycology. Radical Mycology is a 700-page treatise that shatters commonly held beliefs on the importance of fungi. Whereas most fungally-focused books stick with the traditional topics of mushrooms and their edibility, this tome explores a wide range of ideas and skills. Step-by-step methods for DIY medicine making, mushroom cultivation, and pollution clean up (a.k.a. mycoremediation) are presented alongside social philosophies arguing for a mimicking of fungal growth in political systems and an exhaustive exposé of the history of psychoactive fungi. Throughout the text, the author reveals the numerous reasons that mycology (the study of fungi) is one of the most important fields of natural science and, paradoxically, one of the most obscure. As McCoy highlights, “Radical Mycology is more than just a book on mushrooms. It is a new way of seeing and experiencing all fungi as something critical to the environment and human cultures. Fungi helped guide the evolution of all life, and I think that they can significantly enhance human societies today, but only if taboos around them are overcome.” On Saturday, February 6th, McCoy will be celebrating the release of Radical Mycology from 5:30 to 9:00 pm at Taborspace, 5441 SE Belmont St., Portland. McCoy will give two different presentations on the book’s topics, Versionary will give a provocative performance of “The Sex Life of Mushrooms,” fungal visuals will be projected by Ritzy Sheens, and music will be provided by NorthernDraw. The all ages event is free and open to the public. Bring a mug for the free medicinal mushroom tea.
with
Surfrider
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 8-11am
8-11am
BWTF (Blue Water Task Force) is Surfrider Foundation's citizen-based, volunteer run water quality monitoring program. The Newport Chapter is currently seeking volunteers to continue the water monitoring effort. Contact Vince Pappalardo - volunteercoordinator@newport.or.surfrider.org for details
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
KBOO COMMUNITY RADIO & INTERNATIONAL LEONARD PELTIER DEFENSE COMMITTEE PRESENT Warrior: The Life of Leonard Peltier $5-10 sliding scale donation Co-sponsored by Oregon Jericho, Portland Anarchist Black Cross, NW Alliance for Alternative Media & Education Join us for a special film screening of this documentary about Native American Political Prisoner Leonard Peltier. The film features special interviews with Leonard himself, activist and experts on the caseof his wrongul and political incarceration. Leonard's son Chauncy Peltier will hold a Q&A after the film so you can find out how to get involved. Leonard's artwork will also be on display and for sale!www.oregonjericho.wordpress.com
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
Directed by Hicham Ayouch Morocco, 2013 , 89 min. Fièvres tells the tumultuous tale of a 13-year-old Moroccan boy, displaced and prone to violence, who learns after his mother is sent to prison that he has a father who lives in a poor working-class neighborhood in Paris, France. Rather than being placed in another foster home, Benjamin chooses to live with an unknown father in an unknown country. His arrival turns the lives of his father and grandparents completely upside down. They have no idea how to handle this wild, angry, cruel boy. Randomly wandering through his new neighborhood, Benjamin meets Claude, a poet living in a caravan, who introduces him to a dreamlike world of art and poetry. But will this be enough to save him? Winner of the Golden Stallion of Yennenga, top prize for Best Film at the 2015 FESPACO Pan-African Film Festival in Burkina Faso. In French with English subtitles. Not suitable for children.
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
triangle productions! is proud to present the West Coast Premiere of WHAT EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW Directed by Donald Horn Written by Monica Byrne In a Catholic reformatory in 1914, three teenage girls (Anne, Theresa, and Lucy) pass the time with masturbation rituals, though they're innocent of the "sinful" nature of their act. Then a belligerent new girl, Joan, shows up, bearing illegal contraband: birth control materials distributed by the woman's rights activist Margaret Sanger [founder of Planned Parenthood]. The girls start reading the material and jokingly pretend to venerate Sanger as a saint, but then undergo a profound conversion experience. See more at: http://www.trianglepro.org/what-every-girl/#sthash.UQ8dmZO2.dpuf NOTE: DUE THE SUBJECT MATTER – NO ONE UNDER 14 IS PERMITTED WITHOUT BEING ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT OVER 18 For tickets/information: 503-239-5919 or www.trianglepro.org All seats are reserved. Ticket prices $15 - $35 Special Student Rates ($7.00 tickets)! Group rates are also available upon request
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from noon-5:30pm
noon-5:30pm
Sunday
Feb
7
2016
Saturday, February 6, 2016 at 6:30pm through Sunday, February 7, 2016 at 2am
6:30pm through Sunday, February 7 at 2am
CELEBRATE THE LIFE OF "ROBERT NESTA MARLEY" With Live Reggae Music by Kingston son Simba Puma & The **ROARING LIONS** Bob's Music / DJs **SHORT CHANGE**, ReggaeBob / ** Legendary PABLO I ** from Kingston. Videos of All Marleys , Including Rita, Ziggy, Damien, Stephen, Julian & others / ** Just added, PETER TOSH songs** Chef **REGIS** will be serving true Caribbean foods to purchase During Dinnertime ! RASTA VILLAGE VENDORS / TWO HOURS A DANCEHALL TO CLOSE THE NIGHT ! ** Some Livestreaming From KINGSTONS own Bob Marley Festival ** Venue is Wheelchair accessible !** Tickets available $12 in advance @ ticket tomato .com / $15 @ the door !
Sunday, February 7, 2016 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
triangle productions! is proud to present the West Coast Premiere of WHAT EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW Directed by Donald Horn Written by Monica Byrne In a Catholic reformatory in 1914, three teenage girls (Anne, Theresa, and Lucy) pass the time with masturbation rituals, though they're innocent of the "sinful" nature of their act. Then a belligerent new girl, Joan, shows up, bearing illegal contraband: birth control materials distributed by the woman's rights activist Margaret Sanger [founder of Planned Parenthood]. The girls start reading the material and jokingly pretend to venerate Sanger as a saint, but then undergo a profound conversion experience. See more at: http://www.trianglepro.org/what-every-girl/#sthash.UQ8dmZO2.dpuf NOTE: DUE THE SUBJECT MATTER – NO ONE UNDER 14 IS PERMITTED WITHOUT BEING ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT OVER 18 For tickets/information: 503-239-5919 or www.trianglepro.org All seats are reserved. Ticket prices $15 - $35 Special Student Rates ($7.00 tickets)! Group rates are also available upon request
Sunday, February 7, 2016 from 4:30-6:30pm
4:30-6:30pm
Portland Solidarity Network is an organization that is dedicated to fighting for our rights in the workplace and at home. This includes fighting sexism, racism, ableism, and other forms of discrimination in a way that empowers us and builds momentum to create a more equal world. Contact portlandsolidaritynetwork@gmail.com for more information.
Sunday, February 7, 2016 from 5-7pm
5-7pm
Venue:
@
Emmanuel Church
Emmanuel Church presents free to the public, “Matters of the Heart”; a dynamic time of worship & praise featuring speakers, Ashlei Wells of Emmanuel Church at 11:00 am & Overseer Renee Winston of Abundant Remnant Ministries, C.O.G.I.C in San Francisco, CA. at 5:00 pm. Doors open at 9 & 4, 2/7/2016, 1033 N. Sumner St. Ptld. OR
Sunday, February 7, 2016 from 5-7pm
5-7pm
Venue:
@
Emmanuel Church
Emmanuel Church presents free to the public, “Matters of the Heart”; a dynamic time of worship & praise featuring speakers, Ashlei Wells of Emmanuel Church at 11:00 am & Overseer Renee Winston of Abundant Remnant Ministries, C.O.G.I.C in San Francisco, CA. at 5:00 pm. Doors open at 9 & 4, 2/7/2016, 1033 N. Sumner St. Ptld. OR
Sunday, February 7, 2016 from 8-10pm
8-10pm
Upcoming Performance about Earthquakes and Preparedness in Portland Faultline Ensemble, a new collaborative of artists and health workers, will perform an original play about earthquake preparedness and community health in Portland. Tickets are a suggested donation of $5-20, with no one turned away for lack of funds. To reserve, email FaultlineTickets@gmail.com or show up at the door. Reservations are recommended. This will be the second run of this original work about loss and survival in post-earthquake Portland. Weaving stories of disaster, gentrification, health access, addiction, recovery and resilience, it played to sold out houses in 2014. This series includes several post-show discussions to address questions of earthquake preparedness and disaster relief. Please check www.facebook.com/faultlineensemble for a schedule of discussions. Portland sits on a fault due to rupture in upcoming years, causing widespread damage throughout the Pacific Northwest. This collaboratively developed and extensively researched performance questions the nature of our city’s preparedness, explores the psychological impact of disaster, and reveals the lessons disasters can teach us about our own communities. Please join us for this conversation. Holding onto the Sky is supported by the Peninsula Oddfellows, individual donations and a grant from The Pollination Project. For tickets and more information please contact (650) 814-5519 or FaultlineTickets@gmail.com
Monday
Feb
8
2016
Monday, February 8, 2016 at 9am through Friday, February 12, 2016 at 4pm
9am through Friday, February 12 at 4pm
PDX Permaculture Monday, February 8 at 9:00 AM Energy independence is a cornerstone of the appropriate technology movement. This portion of the course aims to empower students with the technical ... http://www.meetup.com/Portland-Permaculture-Meetup/events/227431321/
Monday, February 8, 2016 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
Monday, February 8, 2016 from 5-7pm
5-7pm
Come make Valentines with us! There are a lot of people in Portland who, in their own way, make the city better for biking. Many of them don’t get recognition and some don’t even realize how much they’re helping. This is why the Bicycle Transportation Alliance has a long-held tradition of giving handmade, personalized Valentines to these people. In previous years, we have sent valentines to Stakeholders on NE Multnomah Blvd, PBOT’s Signals and Street Lighting Department, and Franz Bakery drivers and mechanics. We don’t want to announce who, exactly, will be receiving BTA Valentines this year but if you come help us make them, you’ll find out! Sign up to volunteer here: http://btaoregon.force.com/volunteers/GW_Volunteers__VolunteersJobListingFS?Calendar=1&volunteerShiftId=a15i000000DDPGnAAP&jobId=a13i00000071LofAAE&dtMonthFilter=2016-2-8%209:0:0
Monday, February 8, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
Tuesday
Feb
9
2016
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 from 12:30-3:30pm
12:30-3:30pm
(http://www.portlandoregon.gov/?c=26000&a=545274)
with
Surfrider
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 at midnight through Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at midnight
midnight through Wednesday, February 10 at midnight
More info. coming soon here - http://www.deq.state.or.us/wq/tmdls/midcoast.htm
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 from 12:30-3:30pm
12:30-3:30pm
The Missing Middle Housing Strategy — briefing; Residential Infill Project — briefing; Transportation System Plan — briefing (http://www.portlandoregon.gov/?c=26000&a=545227)
with
Surfrider
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 from 1-4:30pm
1-4:30pm
More info. coming soon here - http://www.deq.state.or.us/wq/tmdls/midcoast.htm
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 from 6-9pm
6-9pm
http://www.facebook.com/events/1684271728496606/
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
What if confronting the climate crisis is the best chance we'll ever get to build a better world? "This Changes Everything” is an epic film that attempts to re­-imagine the vast challenge of climate change. It is directed by Avi Lewis and inspired by  Naomi Klein’s international bestseller of the same title.  Already shown several times in NE Portland to sold out audiences, this is an opportunity to see the movie closer to home,  meet neighbors who are working to affect positive change, and learn more about how the  Pacific Northwest will play a critical role in determining our climate future.   Several local groups will be available to answer questions and help you connect. Three local groups are collaborating to present “This Changes Everything.”   ***Wilson High School Students for Environmental Action   ***HOPE (Heal Our Planet Earth) is a SW Portland eco­faith group committed to building  relationships, educating ourselves and others, and taking action for climate, social and  economic justice. Meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of the month at St Luke  Lutheran Church at 4595 SW California St. Contact Glenna gahportland@yahoo.com if  interested in more info.  ***350PDX SW Team is a SW Portland team of climate activists for 350pdx.org that is  building a diverse grassroots movement to solve the climate crisis.  Doors open at 6 pm, and the film shows 6:30 - 8 pm.
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 at 6:30pm
6:30pm
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
It's time to break out your Mardi Gras finest and celebrate Fat Tuesday with a night of film, music and great southern food! Costumes and masks are welcome as we kick off an evening to celebrate living it up before Lent. Aside from the jamabalaya, gumbo and cornbread we'll have on hand (for a small donation), we'll be screening two classic documentaries from the late great Les Blank, who was famous for his films about Southern culture. DRY WOOD is one of a number of Les Blank's critically acclaimed films on Lousiana life and culture--a glimpse into the life, food, and Mardi Gras celebrations of black Creoles in French Louisiana, featuring the stories and music of "Bois Sec" Ardoin and Canray Fontenot. ALWAYS FOR PLEASURE is an intense insider’s portrait of New Orleans’ street celebrations and unique cultural gumbo: Second-line parades, Mardi Gras, Jazz Fest. Features live music from Professor Longhair, the Wild Tchoupitoulas, the Neville Brothers and more. This glorious, soul-satisfying film is among Blank’s special masterworks. $5 per person suggested
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
Cleaning Up the Willamette River and EPA Public Sessions. Feb 9 at 7 p.m. This public free meeting intends to prepare the people of our area for information sessions and public comment for the USEPA cleanup plan at the Portland Harbor Superfund site: http://go.usa.gov/2Wf2B which is the Willamette River from the Columbia Slough to the Broadway Bridge. Contamination in the water and sediments that is harmful to human health has been documented by over 100 years of industrial activity. A panel with key players will speak. Sponsored by League of Women Voters of Portland and co-sponsored by the Citizens' Utility Board of Oregon.
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 at 7:30pm
7:30pm
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
Venue:
@
TaborSpace
Our February 9, 2016 Let's Talk Climate conversation will feature solar energy beyond individual households. This event is free and open to the public. Our presenters will be Dan Orzech, General Manager of Oregon Clean Power Cooperative, and Jaimes Valdez, Policy Manager, Northwest Seed. More info and registration at Eventbrite http://tinyurl.com/ha4nbso http://www.facebook.com/events/536640696505496/
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 from 7-8:45pm
7-8:45pm
This “Cleaning up the Willamette River at the Portland Harbor Superfund Site” meeting being organized by the League and CUB, will prepare the people of our area for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA or EPA) “information and discussion sessions” being held starting February 4th, and for the subsequent public comment period. These “sessions” by the EPA will engage the public, prior to the cleanup plan being released this spring. The plan study area extends from the Columbia Slough to the Broadway Bridge. A list of EPA “information and discussion sessions” can be found at http://go.usa.gov/3Wf2B. It is not yet time for the plan or public comment. But it is time to engage with EPA to learn more at these “information and discussion sessions.” The Portland Harbor Superfund Site resulted from over 100 years of industrial activity. The EPA has documented contamination in the water and sediments that is harmful to human health. EPA placed the Portland Harbor on the National Priorities List in 2000. The League and CUB-sponsored program will provide the community with an opportunity to hear from the key players involved in the process: Cami Grandinetti and Kristine Koch, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Leotis McCormack, Nez Perce Tribal Government Executive Committee Chaplain Barbara Smith, Lower Willamette Group, a coalition of responsible parties including businesses and public agencies that came together to participate in the investigation of the site Bob Sallinger, Audubon Society of Portland, Portland Harbor Community Advisory Group (officially designated advisory committee) Oregon Department of Environmental Quality representative will participate in the Q & A. Janice Thompson, CUB Consumer Advocate, will moderate the forum. http://www.facebook.com/events/1182319888459778/
Wednesday
Feb
10
2016
Wednesday, February 10, 2016 from 7:30-9am
7:30-9am
Join us for a morning cup-o-joe on your way to work Wednesday mornings from 7:30-9am. We will rotate locations each week so watch out for a Coffee Club along your commute route. Coffee Clubs are a place for women to come together, share biking experiences and get to know one another. All are welcome to stay for as long or little as you like on you way to the office. Non-commuters also welcome. This event is open to all women, female-identifying, trans, and gender-nonconforming people who enjoy biking (or think that they might). Join the Women Bike group and RSVP (not required) at www.facebook.com/groups/womenbikebta
Wednesday, February 10, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
Join the fun at Collins Sanctuary practically within Forest Park of NW Portland to plant native trees and shrubs! In partnership with the Audubon Society of Portland and Metro with support from REI, this is a rare weekday planting. Our Forest Park sites are small and located in sensitive habitat, so we need to limit how many people can participate. Please REGISTER HERE to volunteer at this event and we'll send you the address and other event details! Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
Wednesday, February 10, 2016 from 5:30-7pm
5:30-7pm
Join us for a night of learning at PSU's Bike Hub. Emily from PSU's Bike Hub will be co-leading a session to discuss winter biking techniques and clothing, winter bike maintenance and winter accessories for your bike to get you ready to ride in the rain! This event is open to all women, female-identifying, trans, and gender-nonconforming people who enjoy biking (or think that they might). Translation services can be made available upon request. Please contact nicole@btaoregon.org within 48 hours to request an interpreter. También podemos ofrecer servicios de traducción bajo petición. Por favor, póngase en contacto con nicole@btaoregon.org con su solicitud. Y con 48 horas de anticipación antes de la clínica.
Wednesday, February 10, 2016 from 6-9pm
6-9pm
Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 7:30pm
7:30pm
Thursday
Feb
11
2016
Thursday, February 11, 2016 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
CAIRO TIME Directed by Amir Ramses Egypt, 2015 , 110 min. Three stories take place over the course of a single day in Cairo. Lila, a retired actress, is looking for Sameh, her former onscreen co-star. Next we meet Salma and Wael, an unmarried couple who borrow a friend’s apartment for private liaisons. We then meet Hazem, a young drug dealer on the run from Alexandria to Cairo who picks up an old man with Alzheimer’s disease in search of a former love. The six characters find themselves at decisive points of their lives, which although disparate, are brought together by destiny, and are brought out through pitch-perfect performances by Egyptian cinematic legends. In Arabic with English subtitles. Not suitable for children.
Thursday, February 11, 2016 from noon-2pm
noon-2pm
THE BODA BODA THIEVES Directed by Donald Mugisha Uganda, 2015 , 85 min. The Boda Boda Thieves is the latest film by Donald Mugisha, whose earlier film Divisionz screened at the 20th CFAF in 2010. This film is his Ugandan homage to the classic Italian neorealist film The Bicycle Thief (1948) by Vittorio De Sica. A boda boda is a motorcycle taxi and is the only way to get around in Uganda. The term originates from the English words “border-to-border” and is also a metaphor for finding a way around obstacles. The film is about a small family eking out a living in one of the ghettos of Kampala, Uganda’s capital city: a father, mother and their 15-year-old son Abel, who some years ago left their rural village in the footsteps of thousands of other villagers from around the country in search of a better life in the city. They have not had an easy time of it. When Abel’s father sustains an injury as a boda boda driver, he is forced to turn over the keys to his inexperienced son so he can earn money for the family to live on and, more importantly, to continue paying the debt they owe on the boda boda. Things soon go very wrong. In Luganda with English subtitles. Not suitable for children.
Thursday, February 11, 2016 from 6-9pm
6-9pm
Thursday, February 11, 2016 at 6pm
6pm
Thursday, February 11, 2016 from 7-10pm
7-10pm
It was 2001 when Dylan Dean found an art store near his first apartment in Trieste, Italy. It was the empty space on his walls that drove him to paint. Or maybe it was Italy. Spaces on the wall still inspire Dylan, but so do peoples' quirks, cityscapes, suggestion and movements. The current works represent a range of his experiences from his thoughts on his wife's pregnancy with their twins to the performances of his local band, Mbrascatu to the sadness of some of the patients he sees as an Emergency Physician to the clumsiness, curiosity and celebration that can grace life's experiences. He is honored to share these works with you at the Red E Cafe. http://www.facebook.com/events/1683011888607535/
Thursday, February 11, 2016 from 7-9:30pm
7-9:30pm
Live performances by Contessa de la Luna and much, much more. Details will be posted here once they become available. Your fabulous hostess, Contessa de la Luna, can be heard weekly on The World Famous Confessional every Sunday at Midnight on KBOO 90.7 FM, Portland.
Thursday, February 11, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
triangle productions! is proud to present the West Coast Premiere of WHAT EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW Directed by Donald Horn Written by Monica Byrne In a Catholic reformatory in 1914, three teenage girls (Anne, Theresa, and Lucy) pass the time with masturbation rituals, though they're innocent of the "sinful" nature of their act. Then a belligerent new girl, Joan, shows up, bearing illegal contraband: birth control materials distributed by the woman's rights activist Margaret Sanger [founder of Planned Parenthood]. The girls start reading the material and jokingly pretend to venerate Sanger as a saint, but then undergo a profound conversion experience. See more at: http://www.trianglepro.org/what-every-girl/#sthash.UQ8dmZO2.dpuf NOTE: DUE THE SUBJECT MATTER – NO ONE UNDER 14 IS PERMITTED WITHOUT BEING ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT OVER 18 For tickets/information: 503-239-5919 or www.trianglepro.org All seats are reserved. Ticket prices $15 - $35 Special Student Rates ($7.00 tickets)! Group rates are also available upon request
Thursday, February 11, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
BEATS OF THE ANTONOV Thursday Evening Documentary Films Directed by Hajooj Kuka Sudan, 2015 , 68 min. Thursday Evening Documentary Films Sponsored by EAI Information Systems This film event is a collaboration with the award-winning documentary series POV (www.pbs.org/pov) Sudan has been in an almost constant state of civil war since it achieved independence in 1956 and split into a pair of sovereign states in 2011. On the border between the two, Russian-made Antonov planes indiscriminately drop bombs on settlements in the Nuba Mountains below. Yet, incredibly, the people of the Blue Nile respond to adversity with music, singing and dancing to celebrate their survival. Beats of the Antonov explores how music binds a community together, offering hope and a common identity for refugees engaged in a fierce battle to protect cultural traditions and heritage from those trying to obliterate them. In Arabic with English subtitles. Not suitable for children.
Thursday, February 11, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
Seen through the eyes of small, midsize and large Mexican maize producers, SUNÚ knits together different stories from a threatened rural world. It journeys deep into the heart of a country where people realize their determination to stay free, to work the land and cultivate their seeds, to be true to their cultures and forms of spirituality, all in a modern world that both needs them and despises them. SUNÚ reveals how maize and everything it gives life to could be lost forever, and shares a generous tapestry of simple, heartfelt messages for the farmers of the world and the city dwellers who could lose the capability to make important choices unless they act soon. Speical musical guest Edna Vazquez will perform before the film. More information and tickets at www.portlandecofilmfest.org The Portland EcoFilm Festival is the premier environmental film festival in the US Pacific Northwest, showcasing the very best films about nature, the environment, outdoor pursuits and eco-conscious living. The fest features an annual four-day festival and a year-round film series.
Thursday, February 11, 2016 from 7-9:30pm
7-9:30pm
Celebrate the 10 year birthday of The Confessional Radio Show with Contessa de la Luna, live at the Clinton Street Theater Fun - Prizes - Mayhem! Grab a date, friend or hostage and enjoy some hot butter with or without popcorn. Sit back and relax or get up and dance. Who cares, it's a show, it's a party, it's a hoot, no two hoots! Live performances by Contessa de la Luna Audience Confessions Animal Impersonation Contest Prizes - Prizes - Prizes Human Shadow Puppet Theater Surprise Fun Box Drawing World Premier Contessa Luna and Friends Television Show Throwing things at audience Sing-A-Longs Fun - Fun - Fun! !SPECIAL GUEST PERFORMANCE BY MIC CRENSHAW! Your fabulous hostess, Contessa de la Luna, can be heard weekly on The World Famous Confessional every Sunday at Midnight on KBOO 90.7 FM, Portland.
Friday
Feb
12
2016
Friday, February 12, 2016 at midnight through Saturday, February 13, 2016 at midnight
midnight through Saturday, February 13 at midnight
10th Annual Y.O.U.th Summit Sparked by a tragic death of Davonte Lightfoot, Y.O.U.th has now helped to inspire and cultivate civic engagement and local leadership for a decade in the city of Portland. Pass the word and make sure you are in attendance this YEAR! Friday February 12th Black Parent Initiative (BPI) & Y.O.U.th presents Healing Ourselves to Raise our Future Adults/Parents are invited to learn, empower and inspire one another to help raise the future generations of Portland and the world. Event starts: 7pm Child care provide *Marketplace Vendors Included Saturday February 13th Y.O.U.th Summit Know Thyself Or Else Youth workshops for all ages. Parent/adult workshops will be offered along with several joint workshops for ALL Summit participants. Registration starts 11am Child care for children ages 6 and under *Marketplace Vendors Included Workshops Titles and Presenters include: Collective Care Services-Dance it Out Author Devin S. James-Inside Ferguson (pictured) Sebastien Elkbouby-Commerical Rap: Pipeline to Prison The Matrix and The CURE & The Elements of The Emcee Javonnie Shearn-Truth 101 Mic Crenshaw/Baqi Coles/Ahjamu Umi-Afrikan Caravan/Going to Africa Jesse Muhammad-Mediocrity is not in your DNA More information and registration available at portlandyouthsummit.org
Friday, February 12, 2016 at midnight through Saturday, February 13, 2016 at midnight
midnight through Saturday, February 13 at midnight
with
Hatch
Friday, February 12, 2016 from 5:30-8pm
5:30-8pm
TICKETS: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/cocktails-and-conversations-in-the-kitchen-marco-vangelisti-tickets-20956739171 On February 12 and 13, Hatch brings Marco Vangelisti to Portland for two rare opportunities to understand what is going down in our global and local economy – at a level you can finally understand. Join us on Friday the 12th for Cocktails and Conversations (in the Kitchen) as we hash through what is happening around the world in the markets, and uncover where it connects to each of us. From 5:30pm – 8:00pm HatchLab becomes a “salon” mashup of money and meaning. The format is new. We’ll start with a talk from Marco, and then have an “open mic”for reactions. Next up – roundtables where provocateurs will keep theconversations interesting! We’ll close by toasting a new salon series. Marco is a wonderful educator who can communicate complex realities in waysthat make sense. He his own rich experiences as a fund manager and local investorto build knowledge that help you leave ready to make better decisions about your finances. For Saturday's full day workshop on impact investing, head to Align your Investments with your Values! Use the discount code "HATCH" for a $100 discount. Marco Vangelisti worked in the finance industry for 25 years and for the last 6 in the investment management industry. For 12 years, Marco taught Chartered Financial Analysts (CFA) in SF portfolio management, asset allocation, performance analysis and risk analysis. Marco is a founding member of Slow Money and since 2009 has been in the leadership team of the Slow Money Northern California network. He is a 100% impact investor with 6 years of experience doing direct local investments. He developed Essential Knowledge for Transition, and speaks nationally as guest lecturer and author.
Friday, February 12, 2016 from 6-9pm
6-9pm
PDX Permaculture Friday, February 12 at 6:00 PM Take a world tour of the most awesome Permaculture sites on the Planet, through animated satellite images. We'll visit projects on every inhabited con... Price: USD 10.00 per person http://www.meetup.com/Portland-Permaculture-Meetup/events/227767027/
Friday, February 12, 2016 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
Friday, February 12, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
We're celebrating Valentine's Day a day early! Join us for the sixth annual Live the Revolution, a bicycle-themed storytelling event that benefits the Bicycle Transportation Alliance's Safe Routes to School programs. This year, Live the Revolution is on Friday, February 12th at the Alberta Abbey. We have a fantastic lineup of Portland personalities to mesmerize us with their captivating bike tales, raffles full of great gear, delicious pizza, and of course thirst-quenching beverages from Hopworks will be flowing. You don't want to miss this show. More info and tickets here: www.btaoregon.org/bikestories
Friday, February 12, 2016 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
THE BODA BODA THIEVES Directed by Donald Mugisha Uganda, 2015 , 85 min. The Boda Boda Thieves is the latest film by Donald Mugisha, whose earlier film Divisionz screened at the 20th CFAF in 2010. This film is his Ugandan homage to the classic Italian neorealist film The Bicycle Thief (1948) by Vittorio De Sica. A boda boda is a motorcycle taxi and is the only way to get around in Uganda. The term originates from the English words “border-to-border” and is also a metaphor for finding a way around obstacles. The film is about a small family eking out a living in one of the ghettos of Kampala, Uganda’s capital city: a father, mother and their 15-year-old son Abel, who some years ago left their rural village in the footsteps of thousands of other villagers from around the country in search of a better life in the city. They have not had an easy time of it. When Abel’s father sustains an injury as a boda boda driver, he is forced to turn over the keys to his inexperienced son so he can earn money for the family to live on and, more importantly, to continue paying the debt they owe on the boda boda. Things soon go very wrong. In Luganda with English subtitles. Not suitable for children.
Friday, February 12, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
triangle productions! is proud to present the West Coast Premiere of WHAT EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW Directed by Donald Horn Written by Monica Byrne In a Catholic reformatory in 1914, three teenage girls (Anne, Theresa, and Lucy) pass the time with masturbation rituals, though they're innocent of the "sinful" nature of their act. Then a belligerent new girl, Joan, shows up, bearing illegal contraband: birth control materials distributed by the woman's rights activist Margaret Sanger [founder of Planned Parenthood]. The girls start reading the material and jokingly pretend to venerate Sanger as a saint, but then undergo a profound conversion experience. See more at: http://www.trianglepro.org/what-every-girl/#sthash.UQ8dmZO2.dpuf NOTE: DUE THE SUBJECT MATTER – NO ONE UNDER 14 IS PERMITTED WITHOUT BEING ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT OVER 18 For tickets/information: 503-239-5919 or www.trianglepro.org All seats are reserved. Ticket prices $15 - $35 Special Student Rates ($7.00 tickets)! Group rates are also available upon request
Friday, February 12, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
Cygnet Productions announces the premier of its original adaptation of J.M. March’s rhyming epic The Set-Up, at Shaking-the-Tree Theater. Written by the author of The Wild Party (previously produced by Cygnet), The Set-Up, a Jazz Age melodrama, tells a tale of savagery in the boxing ring with nervous, rapidly moving, rhyming couplets. In performance, the piece takes on an ambience and quality unlike anything most have ever seen onstage. Imagine the world of Damon Runyon presented by Homer, in the format of an epic poem, yet, like Moliere, in rhyming couplets. The play takes place in Hell's Kitchen during the late 1920s. It focuses on a black boxer, an imminent champion, whose return to the ring is secretly set up for defeat. Atmospheric, colorful, humorous, and tragic, The Set-Up draws you into a time when boxing, like baseball, was a number one spectator sport. With its unforgiving authenticity and rich detail of character, The Set-Up is a work whose violent action has both root and logic in the characters themselves. Original adaptation by Louanne Moldovan, David Meyers, and Shelly Lipkin Directed by Louanne Moldovan Produced by Louanne Moldovan and David Meyers When:February 12 – March 5,2016 Where:Shaking-the-Tree Theater, 823 SE Grant Street, Portland, OR Tickets:$25 General Admission $20 Seniors and Students Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2484134 https://www.facebook.com/Cygnet-Productions-The-Setup-an-original-adaptation-545200388961640/?fref=ts Principal Cast: ActorsMusician Don AlderAdrian P. Baxter / Saxophone – Flute (OR Music Hall of Fame) Bobby Bermea Hank Cartwright David Meyers Jamie Rea Ted Schulz Michael Teufel Steve Vanderzee Jonah Weston Creative Team: Set Design by Tim Stapleton Lighting Design by Jeff Forbes Costume Design by Marychris Mass Fight Choreography by Kristen Mun
Friday, February 12, 2016 from 8-10pm
8-10pm
Upcoming Performance about Earthquakes and Preparedness in Portland Faultline Ensemble, a new collaborative of artists and health workers, will perform an original play about earthquake preparedness and community health in Portland. Tickets are a suggested donation of $5-20, with no one turned away for lack of funds. To reserve, email FaultlineTickets@gmail.com or show up at the door. Reservations are recommended. This will be the second run of this original work about loss and survival in post-earthquake Portland. Weaving stories of disaster, gentrification, health access, addiction, recovery and resilience, it played to sold out houses in 2014. This series includes several post-show discussions to address questions of earthquake preparedness and disaster relief. Please check www.facebook.com/faultlineensemble for a schedule of discussions. Portland sits on a fault due to rupture in upcoming years, causing widespread damage throughout the Pacific Northwest. This collaboratively developed and extensively researched performance questions the nature of our city’s preparedness, explores the psychological impact of disaster, and reveals the lessons disasters can teach us about our own communities. Please join us for this conversation. Holding onto the Sky is supported by the Peninsula Oddfellows, individual donations and a grant from The Pollination Project. For tickets and more information please contact (650) 814-5519 or FaultlineTickets@gmail.com
Saturday
Feb
13
2016
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
Friends of Trees is excited to be planting at this special site! This is the first of two plantings this season where we will be in a portion of the refuge not open to the public, so take advantage of this opportunity to see a side of the refuge that few get to experience! Our partners at this planting include Friends of the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and Clean Water Services. See a map of this site, HERE. Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
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Surfrider
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 8-11am
8-11am
BWTF (Blue Water Task Force) is Surfrider Foundation's citizen-based, volunteer run water quality monitoring program. The Newport Chapter is currently seeking volunteers to continue the water monitoring effort. Contact Vince Pappalardo - volunteercoordinator@newport.or.surfrider.org for details
Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 8am
8am
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
Friends of Trees is partnering with the City of Salem to help in restoring this former paper mill site as the newest piece of the park connecting the established recreation areas of Minton Brown Island with Salem’s Waterfront Park. During three plantings in early 2016 (and three more next planting season), FOT volunteers will plant native trees and shrubs as a beautiful and productive buffer between the new multi-use path and sensitive wildlife habitat. The park is located at 2200 Minto Island Road SW, Salem, OR 97302 (map). Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
Join Friends of Trees, Tualatin Riverkeepers, the City of Tigard and Clean Water Services at Cook Park. This planting is part of the Tree For All campaign which has planted over three million native plants in the Tualatin River Watershed in the past decade! Clean Water Services, Friends of Trees, thousands of volunteers, other non-profits, city partners, and private landowners will be working together this season to continue the success of this program. See a map of this site, HERE. Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
Saturday, February 13, 2016 at midnight through Sunday, February 14, 2016 at midnight
midnight through Sunday, February 14 at midnight
10th Annual Y.O.U.th Summit Sparked by a tragic death of Davonte Lightfoot, Y.O.U.th has now helped to inspire and cultivate civic engagement and local leadership for a decade in the city of Portland. Pass the word and make sure you are in attendance this YEAR! Friday February 12th Black Parent Initiative (BPI) & Y.O.U.th presents Healing Ourselves to Raise our Future Adults/Parents are invited to learn, empower and inspire one another to help raise the future generations of Portland and the world. Event starts: 7pm Child care provide *Marketplace Vendors Included Saturday February 13th Y.O.U.th Summit Know Thyself Or Else Youth workshops for all ages. Parent/adult workshops will be offered along with several joint workshops for ALL Summit participants. Registration starts 11am Child care for children ages 6 and under *Marketplace Vendors Included Workshops Titles and Presenters include: Collective Care Services-Dance it Out Author Devin S. James-Inside Ferguson (pictured) Sebastien Elkbouby-Commerical Rap: Pipeline to Prison The Matrix and The CURE & The Elements of The Emcee Javonnie Shearn-Truth 101 Mic Crenshaw/Baqi Coles/Ahjamu Umi-Afrikan Caravan/Going to Africa Jesse Muhammad-Mediocrity is not in your DNA More information and registration available at portlandyouthsummit.org
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
Venue:
@
Friends of Trees
We'll be meeting at the Friends of Trees office, sorting into planting crews, and heading out to plant trees around the neighborhoods! Tree planters on bikes encouraged to join a bicycling tree planting crew! Visit www.friendsoftrees.org/bike for more info. Please arrive at Friends of Trees by 8:45am to enjoy some hot coffee and breakfast treats. The planting starts promptly at 9:00am. We provide gloves and tools, so all you need to do is show up dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes. Our neighborhood volunteers will also provide a potluck lunch for all volunteers after the planting is complete! We look forward to seeing you out there! http://www.facebook.com/events/1505239579782838/
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
Venue:
@
Dahl Beach Park
Join us for this special tree planting event in partnership with Merrell Footwear. As a brand that originated on the trail, Merrell is making leaps and bounds to be invested in the local nature preservation and maintenance throughout the country. In an effort to give back to volunteers, Merrell will be providing coffee, snacks, free swag and a chance to win a free pair of Merrell shoes! Dahl Beach is located at the confluence of the Clackamas and Willamette rivers. The confluence is an important location for both juvenile and adult salmon. Osprey can often be seen in the area. This native tree planting project is part of a larger stream restoration project initiated by the Clackamas River Basin Council. Volunteers will be planting native trees like western red cedar, and native shrubs like salmonberry and indian plum. Volunteers will also be mulching and installing live willow stakes. Native plantings help filter pollutants, provide shade, and improve fish and wildlife habitat. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/dahl-park-community-planting-day
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
Linnton Creek is a principle stream in Forest Park, one of the main trail heads in the north end of the park, and its confluence with the Willamette River will have a new lagoon, as part of the the 27 acre Linnton Plywood Mill site's restoration as animal habitat (a Superfund mitigation site). We are restoring the creek trail head, removing ivy and blackberry, planting natives, and installing an interpretive sign, trash can and custom (and amusing) dog waste bag dispenser designed by noted artist Ivan McLean. Part of a broad effort to eliminate dog waste from the park, this site is particularly important as the creek will flow into a new lagoon designed as a resting place for salmon fry, where clean water will be crucial. At the moment the main effort is ivy removal and the planting of almost 300 native plants. Hot and cold beverages, pastries, tools and gloves are provided. We'll be having a celebration of the project's completion in June. Activities include: Invasive Plant Removal, Native Planting. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/linnton-creek-project
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
Join us at the beloved Mary S. Young Park to remove ivy at these second Saturday work days. Volunteers have worked continuously for more than 8 years to remove ivy and other non-native vegetation, plant native plants and trees, build trails, etc. You will get a good workout and feel good about contributing to the health of this beautiful forest. Tools are provided. Work gloves and sturdy footwear recommended. Activities include: Invasive Plant Removal. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/mary-s-young-park-work-party-february
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
Council Creek is home to beaver, Red-shouldered hawks, crayfish and native fish. Volunteers will be planting this 6 acre wetland restoration site with native willow, Oregon ash, as well as native shrubs including red-osier dogwood and douglas spirea.Volunteers will also be installing coffee bags as weed barriers, placing mice guards around trees, and mulching. Native plants will help to filter stormwater, and support fish and willdife habitat. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/council-creek-community-planting-day
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 9-10am
9-10am
Join volunteers for this monthly Second Saturday Cleanup in Northwest Portland. Pick up litter from NW Vaughn to Raleigh, NW 22nd to 26th. Coffee/tea and pastries hosted by Food Front on their front terrace. Come dressed for the weather. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/february-second-saturday-cleanup
Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 9am
9am
It’s time to get muddy! Warrior-on at one of the most popular ultras in the Northwest, featured in Runner’s World Trail Edition as one of the top Oregon trail races. This course gives runners a chance to run the trails around stunning Hagg Lake.
Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 9am
9am
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 9:30am-noon
9:30am-noon
Venue:
@
Evergreen Park
Team up with Resources for Health to build trails, remove invasive blackberry, revegetate in the woods of Evergreen Park! This project is part of an ongoing effort since our group adopted the park in 2010 to replace destructive monoculture with native plants and make trails more inviting for the community to enjoy. Activities include: Invasive Plant Removal, Litter Cleanup. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/revive-woods-evergreen-park
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 8-10pm
8-10pm
Upcoming Performance about Earthquakes and Preparedness in Portland Faultline Ensemble, a new collaborative of artists and health workers, will perform an original play about earthquake preparedness and community health in Portland. Tickets are a suggested donation of $5-20, with no one turned away for lack of funds. To reserve, email FaultlineTickets@gmail.com or show up at the door. Reservations are recommended. This will be the second run of this original work about loss and survival in post-earthquake Portland. Weaving stories of disaster, gentrification, health access, addiction, recovery and resilience, it played to sold out houses in 2014. This series includes several post-show discussions to address questions of earthquake preparedness and disaster relief. Please check www.facebook.com/faultlineensemble for a schedule of discussions. Portland sits on a fault due to rupture in upcoming years, causing widespread damage throughout the Pacific Northwest. This collaboratively developed and extensively researched performance questions the nature of our city’s preparedness, explores the psychological impact of disaster, and reveals the lessons disasters can teach us about our own communities. Please join us for this conversation. Holding onto the Sky is supported by the Peninsula Oddfellows, individual donations and a grant from The Pollination Project. For tickets and more information please contact (650) 814-5519 or FaultlineTickets@gmail.com
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 4-7pm
4-7pm
"One November Morning" is an extraordinary exhibition of artwork by Cheyenne/Arapaho artists who are descendants of the Sand Creek massacre of 1864. Join us for the opening event at 4:00 pm on Saturday, February 13, 2016. Brent Learned and George Levi, will conduct gallery talks and demonstrations.
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
CAIRO TIME Directed by Amir Ramses Egypt, 2015 , 110 min. Three stories take place over the course of a single day in Cairo. Lila, a retired actress, is looking for Sameh, her former onscreen co-star. Next we meet Salma and Wael, an unmarried couple who borrow a friend’s apartment for private liaisons. We then meet Hazem, a young drug dealer on the run from Alexandria to Cairo who picks up an old man with Alzheimer’s disease in search of a former love. The six characters find themselves at decisive points of their lives, which although disparate, are brought together by destiny, and are brought out through pitch-perfect performances by Egyptian cinematic legends. In Arabic with English subtitles. Not suitable for children.
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
FIX IT is a documentary that goes deeply into the heart of the current healthcare crisis. Despite recent reforms, Americans remain vulnerable to economic catastrophe with a serious illness or injury - the insured and uninsured alike. Many families are forced to make the horrible choice between needed drugs or treatment and food. America's healthcare providers are saddled with a huge administrative burden while trying to focus on patient care. FIX IT provides a solution to America's runaway healthcare costs. That solution is a single -payer system. Screening sponsored by Economic Justice Action Group of First Unitarian Church, Co-sponsored by Alliance for Democracy, Health Care for All Oregon, KBOO Community Radio, Main Street Alliance of Oregon. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Admission: $5-20 donation request;no one turned away for lack of funds. Documentary website: http://fixithealthcare.com/
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
triangle productions! is proud to present the West Coast Premiere of WHAT EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW Directed by Donald Horn Written by Monica Byrne In a Catholic reformatory in 1914, three teenage girls (Anne, Theresa, and Lucy) pass the time with masturbation rituals, though they're innocent of the "sinful" nature of their act. Then a belligerent new girl, Joan, shows up, bearing illegal contraband: birth control materials distributed by the woman's rights activist Margaret Sanger [founder of Planned Parenthood]. The girls start reading the material and jokingly pretend to venerate Sanger as a saint, but then undergo a profound conversion experience. See more at: http://www.trianglepro.org/what-every-girl/#sthash.UQ8dmZO2.dpuf NOTE: DUE THE SUBJECT MATTER – NO ONE UNDER 14 IS PERMITTED WITHOUT BEING ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT OVER 18 For tickets/information: 503-239-5919 or www.trianglepro.org All seats are reserved. Ticket prices $15 - $35 Special Student Rates ($7.00 tickets)! Group rates are also available upon request
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
Cygnet Productions announces the premier of its original adaptation of J.M. March’s rhyming epic The Set-Up, at Shaking-the-Tree Theater. Written by the author of The Wild Party (previously produced by Cygnet), The Set-Up, a Jazz Age melodrama, tells a tale of savagery in the boxing ring with nervous, rapidly moving, rhyming couplets. In performance, the piece takes on an ambience and quality unlike anything most have ever seen onstage. Imagine the world of Damon Runyon presented by Homer, in the format of an epic poem, yet, like Moliere, in rhyming couplets. The play takes place in Hell's Kitchen during the late 1920s. It focuses on a black boxer, an imminent champion, whose return to the ring is secretly set up for defeat. Atmospheric, colorful, humorous, and tragic, The Set-Up draws you into a time when boxing, like baseball, was a number one spectator sport. With its unforgiving authenticity and rich detail of character, The Set-Up is a work whose violent action has both root and logic in the characters themselves. Original adaptation by Louanne Moldovan, David Meyers, and Shelly Lipkin Directed by Louanne Moldovan Produced by Louanne Moldovan and David Meyers When:February 12 – March 5,2016 Where:Shaking-the-Tree Theater, 823 SE Grant Street, Portland, OR Tickets:$25 General Admission $20 Seniors and Students Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2484134 https://www.facebook.com/Cygnet-Productions-The-Setup-an-original-adaptation-545200388961640/?fref=ts Principal Cast: ActorsMusician Don AlderAdrian P. Baxter / Saxophone – Flute (OR Music Hall of Fame) Bobby Bermea Hank Cartwright David Meyers Jamie Rea Ted Schulz Michael Teufel Steve Vanderzee Jonah Weston Creative Team: Set Design by Tim Stapleton Lighting Design by Jeff Forbes Costume Design by Marychris Mass Fight Choreography by Kristen Mun
Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 12:30-2pm
12:30-2pm
Feminist Meet Up, Brunch and Discussion Group is held on the second Saturday of every month from 12:30p-2:00p. Eat, drink, and bash patriarchy with fellow feminists! This discussion group is a friendly, open, exchange of ideas on a different topic each month. For the most up to date information, join us on www.facebook.com. Search for "Portland Feminist Meet-Up".
Sunday
Feb
14
2016
Sunday, February 14, 2016 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Cygnet Productions announces the premier of its original adaptation of J.M. March’s rhyming epic The Set-Up, at Shaking-the-Tree Theater. Written by the author of The Wild Party (previously produced by Cygnet), The Set-Up, a Jazz Age melodrama, tells a tale of savagery in the boxing ring with nervous, rapidly moving, rhyming couplets. In performance, the piece takes on an ambience and quality unlike anything most have ever seen onstage. Imagine the world of Damon Runyon presented by Homer, in the format of an epic poem, yet, like Moliere, in rhyming couplets. The play takes place in Hell's Kitchen during the late 1920s. It focuses on a black boxer, an imminent champion, whose return to the ring is secretly set up for defeat. Atmospheric, colorful, humorous, and tragic, The Set-Up draws you into a time when boxing, like baseball, was a number one spectator sport. With its unforgiving authenticity and rich detail of character, The Set-Up is a work whose violent action has both root and logic in the characters themselves. Original adaptation by Louanne Moldovan, David Meyers, and Shelly Lipkin Directed by Louanne Moldovan Produced by Louanne Moldovan and David Meyers When:February 12 – March 5,2016 Where:Shaking-the-Tree Theater, 823 SE Grant Street, Portland, OR Tickets:$25 General Admission $20 Seniors and Students Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2484134 https://www.facebook.com/Cygnet-Productions-The-Setup-an-original-adaptation-545200388961640/?fref=ts Principal Cast: ActorsMusician Don AlderAdrian P. Baxter / Saxophone – Flute (OR Music Hall of Fame) Bobby Bermea Hank Cartwright David Meyers Jamie Rea Ted Schulz Michael Teufel Steve Vanderzee Jonah Weston Creative Team: Set Design by Tim Stapleton Lighting Design by Jeff Forbes Costume Design by Marychris Mass Fight Choreography by Kristen Mun
Sunday, February 14, 2016 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
triangle productions! is proud to present the West Coast Premiere of WHAT EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW Directed by Donald Horn Written by Monica Byrne In a Catholic reformatory in 1914, three teenage girls (Anne, Theresa, and Lucy) pass the time with masturbation rituals, though they're innocent of the "sinful" nature of their act. Then a belligerent new girl, Joan, shows up, bearing illegal contraband: birth control materials distributed by the woman's rights activist Margaret Sanger [founder of Planned Parenthood]. The girls start reading the material and jokingly pretend to venerate Sanger as a saint, but then undergo a profound conversion experience. See more at: http://www.trianglepro.org/what-every-girl/#sthash.UQ8dmZO2.dpuf NOTE: DUE THE SUBJECT MATTER – NO ONE UNDER 14 IS PERMITTED WITHOUT BEING ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT OVER 18 For tickets/information: 503-239-5919 or www.trianglepro.org All seats are reserved. Ticket prices $15 - $35 Special Student Rates ($7.00 tickets)! Group rates are also available upon request
Sunday, February 14, 2016 from 4-6pm
4-6pm
The Portland Youth Philharmonic’s Conservatory Orchestra and Wind Ensemble will perform their mid-season Cadenza Concert at Skyview High School in Vancouver, WA on February 14, 2016 at 4:00 PM. The Skyview Cadenza concert will feature Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 2, “Little Russian,” as well as a performance by the runner-up of the 2016 PYP Concerto Competition. PYP’s Conservatory Orchestra and Wind Ensemble are designed to train young musicians to reach for greater heights. These musicians rehearse weekly with outstanding conductors and coaches, study music theory, and perform regularly. For more information or to buy tickets, visit www.portlandyouthphil.org or call (503) 223.5939. Connect with PYP on Facebook as the Portland Youth Philharmonic, on Twitter as @PDXYouthPhil, and on Instagram as pdxyouthphil for performance dates, contests, giveaways, and more! Price range: $12-$15/ticket
Sunday, February 14, 2016 from 4:30-6:30pm
4:30-6:30pm
Portland Solidarity Network is an organization that is dedicated to fighting for our rights in the workplace and at home. This includes fighting sexism, racism, ableism, and other forms of discrimination in a way that empowers us and builds momentum to create a more equal world. Contact portlandsolidaritynetwork@gmail.com for more information.
Sunday, February 14, 2016 from 8-10pm
8-10pm
Upcoming Performance about Earthquakes and Preparedness in Portland Faultline Ensemble, a new collaborative of artists and health workers, will perform an original play about earthquake preparedness and community health in Portland. Tickets are a suggested donation of $5-20, with no one turned away for lack of funds. To reserve, email FaultlineTickets@gmail.com or show up at the door. Reservations are recommended. This will be the second run of this original work about loss and survival in post-earthquake Portland. Weaving stories of disaster, gentrification, health access, addiction, recovery and resilience, it played to sold out houses in 2014. This series includes several post-show discussions to address questions of earthquake preparedness and disaster relief. Please check www.facebook.com/faultlineensemble for a schedule of discussions. Portland sits on a fault due to rupture in upcoming years, causing widespread damage throughout the Pacific Northwest. This collaboratively developed and extensively researched performance questions the nature of our city’s preparedness, explores the psychological impact of disaster, and reveals the lessons disasters can teach us about our own communities. Please join us for this conversation. Holding onto the Sky is supported by the Peninsula Oddfellows, individual donations and a grant from The Pollination Project. For tickets and more information please contact (650) 814-5519 or FaultlineTickets@gmail.com
Monday
Feb
15
2016
Monday, February 15, 2016 at 9am through Friday, February 19, 2016 at 4pm
9am through Friday, February 19 at 4pm
PDX Permaculture Monday, February 15 at 9:00 AM In this section, we will discover practical methods of replacing grid tied machinery with human and water power. We will look at water wheels, and wo... http://www.meetup.com/Portland-Permaculture-Meetup/events/227431355/
Tuesday
Feb
16
2016
with
Hatch
Tuesday, February 16, 2016 from 2-3pm
2-3pm
TICKETS: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/for-profit-activities-by-non-profit-organizations-workshop-tickets-20067017991 For Profit Activities by Non-Profit Organizations We will discuss the legal and tax rules applicable when a non-profit organization engages in revenue generating activity. At the end of this workshop, you will have more information about how to structure any for-profit activities by your non-profit organization. Your Expert: Kate Kilberg Room: The Conference Room Time of Day: 2:00 PM Duration: 60 minutes
Tuesday, February 16, 2016 from 4:30-7:30pm
4:30-7:30pm
with
Surfrider
Tuesday, February 16, 2016 from 6-7:30pm
6-7:30pm
with
Surfrider
Tuesday, February 16, 2016 from 7:30-8:30pm
7:30-8:30pm
Laura's House, Newport OR (call (541) 815-3398 for directions)
Tuesday, February 16, 2016 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
Writer Laila Lalami kicks off Oregon Humanities’ 2016 Think & Drink series with conversations about race, displacement, and religious and national identity. Lalami, who was born and raised in Morocco, is the author of three novels. Her most recent novel, *The Moor’s Account*, is an imagined memoir of a Moroccan slave, called Estebanico by his Spanish captors, who was the first native African explorer of the Americas. Lalami’s essays and opinion pieces on religion, migration, gender, and ethnic identity have appeared in the *Los Angeles Times*, the *Washington Post*, the *Nation*, and the *New York Times*. Tickets $15–$25, minors welcome when accompanied by an adult.
with
Surfrider
Tuesday, February 16, 2016 from 6:30-7:30pm
6:30-7:30pm
Laura's House, Newport OR (call (541) 815-3398 for directions)
Wednesday
Feb
17
2016
with
Surfrider
Wednesday, February 17, 2016 at midnight through Thursday, February 18, 2016 at midnight
midnight through Thursday, February 18 at midnight
BWTF (Blue Water Task Force) is a citizen-based, volunteer runwater quality monitoring program. The Siuslaw chapter is currently seekingvolunteers to continue the water monitoring effort. Contact Linda Serbus lindaserbus@gmail.com
with
Surfrider
Wednesday, February 17, 2016 from 6:30-7:30pm
6:30-7:30pm
Venue:
@
TBA
Wednesday, February 17, 2016 from 4-6pm
4-6pm
(http://www.portlandoregon.gov/?c=26000&a=562337)
Wednesday, February 17, 2016 from 5:30-7:30pm
5:30-7:30pm
Wednesday, February 17, 2016 from 5:30-7pm
5:30-7pm
Are you a walking enthusiast with a love for connecting with others? Do you have a passion for pedestrian-oriented development and a desire to be at the forefront of planning decisions in your community? Then join Oregon Walks as a volunteer! Come meet other walktivists over snacks and learn how you can help promote walking conditions that are safe, convenient and attractive for every Oregonian. Current & Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities: Walk Leader Extraordinaire, Sunday Walkways Event Planning Rockstar, Plans & Projects Committee Member. Learn more at the New Volunteer Orientation! http://www.facebook.com/events/772352589575843/
Wednesday, February 17, 2016 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
Thursday
Feb
18
2016
Thursday, February 18, 2016 from noon-2pm
noon-2pm
THINA SOBABILI / THE TWO OF US Directed by Ernest Nkosi South Africa, 2015 , 94 min. Living in grinding poverty in Alexandra, one of Johannesburg’s largest townships, siblings Thulani and Zanele have no one but each other to lean on as they emerge from tragedy and build a life together. When schoolgirl Zanele falls for a charming older man who could be her chance to escape the township, her older overprotective brother Thulani does his best to thwart her. Winner of audience choice awards at Johannesburg’s Jozi Film Festival and the Pan-African Film Festival in Los Angeles in 2015, and South Africa’s 2016 Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Film. In Zulu with English subtitles. Not suitable for children.
Thursday, February 18, 2016 from 2-5pm
2-5pm
City Council will be discussing an item titled "SE Harrison Street Vacation and Karl Arruda Zoning Confirmation Letter and Use Agreement for SE 3rd & Harrison" which is to make way for Right 2 Dream Too to inhabit a new space. Please come out to support our villager friends! Council agenda will be out and updated at 5 pm on Thursday, Jan 28th here: http://www.portlandonline.com/auditor/?c=26997 #AffordableHousing #R2DToo #WelcomeHome http://www.facebook.com/events/1552525945071312/
Thursday, February 18, 2016 from 5-6:30pm
5-6:30pm
Join us for a monthly happy hour meet up and get to know some other fun cycling gals. For the entire month of February Hopworks will be donating 1% of all pint sales to BTA. Not only will you get happy hour pricing till 6pm, but every pint you drink benefits the BTA! This event is open to all women, female-identifying, trans, and gender-nonconforming people who enjoy biking (or think that they might). Join the Women Bike group and RSVP (not required) at www.facebook.com/groups/womenbikebta
Thursday, February 18, 2016 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
with
Surfrider
Thursday, February 18, 2016 from 7:30-8:30pm
7:30-8:30pm
Laura's House, Newport OR (call (541) 815-3398 for directions)
Thursday, February 18, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
triangle productions! is proud to present the West Coast Premiere of WHAT EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW Directed by Donald Horn Written by Monica Byrne In a Catholic reformatory in 1914, three teenage girls (Anne, Theresa, and Lucy) pass the time with masturbation rituals, though they're innocent of the "sinful" nature of their act. Then a belligerent new girl, Joan, shows up, bearing illegal contraband: birth control materials distributed by the woman's rights activist Margaret Sanger [founder of Planned Parenthood]. The girls start reading the material and jokingly pretend to venerate Sanger as a saint, but then undergo a profound conversion experience. See more at: http://www.trianglepro.org/what-every-girl/#sthash.UQ8dmZO2.dpuf NOTE: DUE THE SUBJECT MATTER – NO ONE UNDER 14 IS PERMITTED WITHOUT BEING ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT OVER 18 For tickets/information: 503-239-5919 or www.trianglepro.org All seats are reserved. Ticket prices $15 - $35 Special Student Rates ($7.00 tickets)! Group rates are also available upon request
Thursday, February 18, 2016 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
INTORE / THE CHOSEN Thursday Evening Documentary Films Thursday Evening Documentary Films This documentary offers a powerful and rare look at how Rwanda survived its tragic past by regaining its identity through music, dance, and the resilience of a new generation. It’s a story of triumph, survival, hope, and a lesson in how to forgive and live, through the eyes of a mother whose grief gives hope; an artist who chose to forgive rather than seek revenge; a maestro who brings together the National Ballet with an incredible touch of genius; and a young man whose determination and hard work has given the Rwandan culture a new dimension of identity and celebration. Viewers will bear witness to how the nation rose above the ashes of a horrific 1994 genocide to become a world model of post-conflict peace and unity. The film features music performances from Rwanda’s top traditional and commercial artists in music and dance, interwoven with poignant interviews from genocide survivors and perpetrators who sit side-by-side, Rwandan leaders, legends and Hollywood elite. Intore won the 2014 International Film Festival Federation Humanitarian Award. In English. Not suitable for children.
Friday
Feb
19
2016
Friday, February 19, 2016 at 7pm through Sunday, February 28, 2016 at 9:30pm
7pm through Sunday, February 28 at 9:30pm
The “Greatest Movie Musical of All Time” is faithfully and lovingly adapted by Broadway legends Betty Comden and Adolph Green from their original award-winning screenplay in Singin’ In The Rain. Each unforgettable scene, song, and dance is accounted for, including the show-stopping title number, complete with an onstage rainstorm! Hilarious situations, snappy dialogue, and a hit-parade score of Hollywood standards make Singin’ In The Rain the perfect entertainment for any fan of the golden age of movie musicals. Performances are February 19 – 28, 2016 at Ridgefield High School, 2630 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield WA 98642 Feb. 19 and 20 at 7pm, Feb. 21 at 2pm, Feb. 26 at 7pm, Feb. 27 at 3pm and 7pm, Feb. 28 at 2pm. Tickets are on sale now at journeytheater.org or by calling 360.750.8550. Pre-sale adult tickets are $14. Youth and senior tickets are $10. Our “family day” performance is February 20, 7 p.m. with all tickets $10 in advance. Tickets for all performances will be $4 more at the door. A School Day Performance will be offered at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, February 23. Tickets are $6 each for groups of 10 – 99 and $5 each for groups of 100 or more, with one free ticket for every 15 purchased. Call our office to arrange to bring your class or home school group!
with
Surfrider
Friday, February 19, 2016 at midnight through Monday, February 22, 2016 at midnight
midnight through Monday, February 22 at midnight
Friday, February 19, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
Cygnet Productions announces the premier of its original adaptation of J.M. March’s rhyming epic The Set-Up, at Shaking-the-Tree Theater. Written by the author of The Wild Party (previously produced by Cygnet), The Set-Up, a Jazz Age melodrama, tells a tale of savagery in the boxing ring with nervous, rapidly moving, rhyming couplets. In performance, the piece takes on an ambience and quality unlike anything most have ever seen onstage. Imagine the world of Damon Runyon presented by Homer, in the format of an epic poem, yet, like Moliere, in rhyming couplets. The play takes place in Hell's Kitchen during the late 1920s. It focuses on a black boxer, an imminent champion, whose return to the ring is secretly set up for defeat. Atmospheric, colorful, humorous, and tragic, The Set-Up draws you into a time when boxing, like baseball, was a number one spectator sport. With its unforgiving authenticity and rich detail of character, The Set-Up is a work whose violent action has both root and logic in the characters themselves. Original adaptation by Louanne Moldovan, David Meyers, and Shelly Lipkin Directed by Louanne Moldovan Produced by Louanne Moldovan and David Meyers When:February 12 – March 5,2016 Where:Shaking-the-Tree Theater, 823 SE Grant Street, Portland, OR Tickets:$25 General Admission $20 Seniors and Students Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2484134 https://www.facebook.com/Cygnet-Productions-The-Setup-an-original-adaptation-545200388961640/?fref=ts Principal Cast: ActorsMusician Don AlderAdrian P. Baxter / Saxophone – Flute (OR Music Hall of Fame) Bobby Bermea Hank Cartwright David Meyers Jamie Rea Ted Schulz Michael Teufel Steve Vanderzee Jonah Weston Creative Team: Set Design by Tim Stapleton Lighting Design by Jeff Forbes Costume Design by Marychris Mass Fight Choreography by Kristen Mun
Friday, February 19, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
RUN Centerpiece Film at Hollywood Theater Directed by Philippe Lacôte Côte d'Ivoire, 2014 , 102 min. Centerpiece Film Sponsored by Portland State University Black Studies Department In Philippe Lacôte’s remarkable debut feature film Run, he depicts the recent tumultuous history of the Ivory Coast through the journey of his protagonist Run, so-named because as Run explains, “As life changes, I flee.” After assassinating the Prime Minister, Run seeks refuge at the home of his friend Assa (Isaach De Bankolé). While in hiding, he reflects upon the many paths that led him to this place: his childhood apprenticeship with the village rainmaker; his introduction to manhood with the food-eater entertainer Gladys; and his membership in the Young Patriots, a group of young men who mostly play at being revolutionaries but act more like thugs. With an impassioned, poetic eye, the film charts how much the country has changed in the last 20 years, and in the process changed the man named Run. The story is a strong allegory for the people and history of contemporary Ivory Coast. In French with English subtitles. Not suitable for children.
Friday, February 19, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
triangle productions! is proud to present the West Coast Premiere of WHAT EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW Directed by Donald Horn Written by Monica Byrne In a Catholic reformatory in 1914, three teenage girls (Anne, Theresa, and Lucy) pass the time with masturbation rituals, though they're innocent of the "sinful" nature of their act. Then a belligerent new girl, Joan, shows up, bearing illegal contraband: birth control materials distributed by the woman's rights activist Margaret Sanger [founder of Planned Parenthood]. The girls start reading the material and jokingly pretend to venerate Sanger as a saint, but then undergo a profound conversion experience. See more at: http://www.trianglepro.org/what-every-girl/#sthash.UQ8dmZO2.dpuf NOTE: DUE THE SUBJECT MATTER – NO ONE UNDER 14 IS PERMITTED WITHOUT BEING ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT OVER 18 For tickets/information: 503-239-5919 or www.trianglepro.org All seats are reserved. Ticket prices $15 - $35 Special Student Rates ($7.00 tickets)! Group rates are also available upon request
Saturday
Feb
20
2016
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
Venue:
@
Forest Glen Park
Forest Glen Park is located in Forest Grove. The park follows a small tributary stream of Gales Creek, and important stream for salmon habitat in the Tualatin River watershed. Volunteers will be planting both native trees and shrubs along the stream corridor. Native trees being planted include western red cedar, douglas fir and red alder. Native vegetation provides shade to the stream, prevents erosion and supports fish and wildlife habitat.Volunteers will plant native plants and mulch. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/forest-glen-park-community-planting-day
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 8-9am
8-9am
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
Join us at MacGregor Heights on Clatsop Butte in south east Portland to plant native trees and shrubs in partnership with the Johnson Creek Watershed Council with support from East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District and Metro. See a map of this site, HERE. Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
Join Friends of Trees at the second of two plantings this season at Jack City Park in partnership with the City of Tigard and Clean Water Services. This planting is part of the Tree For All campaign which has planted over three million native plants in the Tualatin River Watershed in the past decade! Clean Water Services, Friends of Trees, thousands of volunteers, other non-profits, city partners, and private landowners will be working together this season to continue the success of this program. See a map of this site, HERE. Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
Join us and Friends of the Columbia Children’s Arboretum in our work to continue restoration on this unique property. Volunteers will have the opportunity to assist in invasive plant removal and native plant planting This event runs rain or shine! Be sure to dress for the weather and bring water, rain gear and sturdy shoes. Snacks, tools, training and gloves will be provided. Registration is requested. This is a great group volunteering opportunity! The Columbia Slough Watershed Council is happy to help your company or organization schedule your next employee community service day. Please contact us if you're planning on attending this event with more than 5 people. Activities include: Native Planting, Maintenance & Monitoring. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/stewardship-saturday-columbia-childrens-arboretum
with
Surfrider
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 8-11am
8-11am
BWTF (Blue Water Task Force) is Surfrider Foundation's citizen-based, volunteer run water quality monitoring program. The Newport Chapter is currently seeking volunteers to continue the water monitoring effort. Contact Vince Pappalardo - volunteercoordinator@newport.or.surfrider.org for details
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
Venue:
@
Phillips Creek
Phillips Creek, located near 82nd ave and the Clackamas Town Center Mall has been a SOLVE site for the past eight years. The creek historically has been a dumping ground and largely ignored by the community. Volunteers have removed tires, shopping carts, furniture, and plastics. With the help of La Salle HS Green Team students and community volunteers the creek is being revived. Volunteers will be planting native plants near the new Monterey Ave road extension. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/phillips-creek-community-planting-day
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
Venue:
@
Burnside Park
Restore a beautiful nature park that has become overrun by English Ivy and other invasives. Tools and gloves will be provided, just bring sturdy shoes and a friend. Activities include: Invasive Plant Removal and Litter Pickup. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/february-burnside-wilderness-park-restoration
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 9-10am
9-10am
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 9-10am
9-10am
Join volunteers for this monthly Third Saturday Cleanup in Northwest Portland. Pick up litter and remove graffiti in the area. Join us for some coffee and conversation afterward. Volunteers should come prepared with completed waiver forms (if possible) and work gloves on cold days. Activities include: Litter Cleanup. Register online here:http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/nwda-third-saturday-february-cleanup
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 10am-2pm
10am-2pm
Help us keep our Bike Fleet in good condition and working order! Each year we teach thousands of Portland 4th and 5th graders to bike safely on the street with these bikes. They need routine maintenance every month to keep the parts working smoothly. So if you’ve got mechanic skills, come join us for some greasy fun on the third Saturday of every month from 10 am to 2 pm. Directions: It's on the NE corner of NE 21st Ct. and Pacific Avenue. It's just northeast of the Sunshine Dairy, but still south of I-84. Our shop entrance is on the NW corner of that block, through the chain link fence. Please sign up if you can make it and bring your own coffee cup if you like hot coffee! Thanks to Grand Central Bakery for providing snacks for us. *Maintenance Days are usually scheduled for the 3rd Saturday of every month from 10-2pm at the Parks Building. So mark your calendars and invite a handy friend! Sign up to Volunteer here: http://btaoregon.force.com/volunteers/GW_Volunteers__VolunteersJobListingFS?Calendar=1&volunteerShiftId=a15i00000053gVbAAI&jobId=a13i0000001ZWaRAAW&dtMonthFilter=2015-5-16%203:0:0
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 10am-2pm
10am-2pm
A FREE community repair event in Clackamas County. A couple volunteers are creating a Repair Fair group in the West Linn area. Their first repair event is February 20th. Interested in helping them with their first repair event? Contact Lisa Clifton at lisamclifton@gmail.com. http://www.facebook.com/events/217701345238676/
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 10am-1pm
10am-1pm
In Portland, you gotta love the rain, and loving the rain is what this ride is all about! Portland's Bureau of Environmental Services works to manage storm water in a variety of ways. On this ride we will visit some of the more aesthic ways storm water is managed in Portland, stopping to admire ecoroofs, rain gardens and bioswales, plus we'll learn how these methods help improve bicycle paths in our neighborhoods. We will ride at a comfortable talking pace for the group. The ride will mostly follow neighborhood greenways with some sections on multi-use paths and bike lanes on busier roads. We will ride rain or shine, so this is a great route to practice your wet/cold weather riding skills if you are new to winter biking. Please dress appropriately for the ride, bring water and snacks. We will conclude our ride at Hair of the Dog Brewery at 61 SE Yamhill St. This ride is open to all women, female-identifying, trans, and gender-nonconforming people who enjoy biking (or think that they might).
with
Surfrider
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 11am-1pm
11am-1pm
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 8am-noon
8am-noon
Venue:
@
Waterhouse Trail
Join this fun Eagle Scout project to plant 1,000 native shrubs along the Waterhouse Trail. Please come help the continuing restoration of this natural neighborhood trailside with native plants. The benefits of your efforts are clean water, less erosion, and improved wildlife & human habitat. We will be having hot cocoa to start the day off and to celebrate our accomplishments, we will have pizza for lunch. If you can't get enough digging in the Oregon soil, stay for Part II from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. More pizza for dinner afterward! (Please see Waterhouse Trail Eagle Scout Project - Part II for details and registration.) Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/waterhouse-trail-eagle-scout-project-part-i
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from noon-2pm
noon-2pm
PFLAG Portland Black Chapter (PBC) hosts monthly meetings and socials to provide a safe space for LGBT African Americans, their friends and family, to engage in dialogue, self-reflection, connect with community members, socialize and network, and access support and resources.
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 1-5pm
1-5pm
Venue:
@
Waterhouse Trail
Join this fun Eagle Scout project to plant 1,000 native shrubs along the Waterhouse Trail. Please come help the continuing restoration of this natural neighborhood trailside with native plants. The benefits of your efforts are clean water, decreased erosion, and improved wildlife & human habitat. To celebrate our accomplishments, we will have pizza for dinner. If you want to make a day of digging in the Oregon soil, arrive early for Part I from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. Hot cocoa will be served to start off the morning plus pizza for lunch! (Please see Waterhouse Trail Eagle Scout Project - Part I for details and registration.) Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/waterhouse-trail-eagle-scout-project-part-ii
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 1:30-5pm
1:30-5pm
Venue:
@
NCNM Clinic
Your health is the foundation for an active, happier life. Learn about natural medicine for healthy living. Join us at this free event! FREE PRESENTATIONS 1:30 p.m. Focus Tables 2:00 p.m. At-Home Basics for High Cholesterol: A natural approach that addresses diet and lifestyle changes. 3:00 p.m. Focus Tables 3:30 p.m. Chinese Medicine for a Healthy Heart: Learn how Chinese medicine can help you. 4:15 p.m. Natural Medicine Panel (“Ask the Doctor”) Your questions answered by natural medicine professionals. FOCUS TABLES • Hormones and heart health • Exercise as prevention and treatment • Diaphragmatic breathing for lowering blood pressure • Herbs with surprising impact • FREE blood glucose tests and blood pressure readings
with
350 Pdx
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 3-4pm
3-4pm
Come hang out with other 350PDX folks and find out what's new with 350PDX. Food and drink will be available for purchase (please note: McMenamins does NOT allow any outside drinks)
with
350 Pdx
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 3-4pm
3-4pm
Come hang out with other 350PDX folks and find out what's new with 350PDX. Food and drink will be available for purchase (please note: McMenamins does NOT allow any outside drinks)
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 7-10pm
7-10pm
For the 28th anniversary of Winterfolk, Portland's largest annual folk music event and a benefit for Sisters of the Road, we are privileged to welcome headliner singer-songwriter, author, and social activist David Roth. Hailing from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, David has touched folks from all over the world with his evocative songs and stories over the last 30 years. From performing his song "Earth" for the fortieth anniversary of the United Nations, to singing his "Rising in Love" at Carnegie Hall for its centennial celebration, he has made a profound impact on the musical conscience of this nation. Also on the playbill is local luminary Casey Neill, who has taken his blend of celtic, folk and contemporary sounds and hard hitting lyrics to audiences from New York City to his Pacific Northwest base. Dan Rhiger and Rahmana Weist, better known as Sky in the Road, will lend their melodious, world music influenced songs and voices to the Winterfolkstage. Also featured at the 28th edition of this Portland tradition will be Dan Weber, a singer/storyteller who has been a Kerrville, Texas festival favorite and has been touring the U.S. extensively with his spirited ballads. Rounding out this year’s sterling Winterfolk lineup will be Kelly Bosworth, a young woman who positively shines on stage as she sings, along with some eloquent offerings from master songsmith Paul Sanchez. Richard Colombo will emcee Winterfolk this year, and also contribute a song or two from his lifetime of commitment to this "music that matters". A favorite part of the annual tradition, Portland's Artichoke Music is once again donating a guitar for the Winterfolk raffle, which will join a day of recording at Billy Oskay's Big Red Studio as the prize for some lucky winner. Raffle tickets will be available at Artichoke Music and at the Aladdin Theater the night of the concert. Winterfolk is one of those rare expressions of giving which brings disparate parts of our area together, in the common cause of music and a sure knowledge that every dollar raised at the door goes to the people it is intended to help. Sisters of the Road Cafe quietly continues to do its work of providing low cost and no cost meals in Portland’s Old Town neighborhood. Founded in 1979, Sisters Of The Road uses nonviolence to support community driven solutions to the calamities of homelessness and poverty. Sisters' cafe is open to everyone, serving low cost, hot, nutritious meals. It remains a shining example of reaching out and helping to change people's lives through food and friendship.
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
THINA SOBABILI / THE TWO OF US Directed by Ernest Nkosi South Africa, 2015 , 94 min. Living in grinding poverty in Alexandra, one of Johannesburg’s largest townships, siblings Thulani and Zanele have no one but each other to lean on as they emerge from tragedy and build a life together. When schoolgirl Zanele falls for a charming older man who could be her chance to escape the township, her older overprotective brother Thulani does his best to thwart her. Winner of audience choice awards at Johannesburg’s Jozi Film Festival and the Pan-African Film Festival in Los Angeles in 2015, and South Africa’s 2016 Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Film. In Zulu with English subtitles. Not suitable for children.
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
triangle productions! is proud to present the West Coast Premiere of WHAT EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW Directed by Donald Horn Written by Monica Byrne In a Catholic reformatory in 1914, three teenage girls (Anne, Theresa, and Lucy) pass the time with masturbation rituals, though they're innocent of the "sinful" nature of their act. Then a belligerent new girl, Joan, shows up, bearing illegal contraband: birth control materials distributed by the woman's rights activist Margaret Sanger [founder of Planned Parenthood]. The girls start reading the material and jokingly pretend to venerate Sanger as a saint, but then undergo a profound conversion experience. See more at: http://www.trianglepro.org/what-every-girl/#sthash.UQ8dmZO2.dpuf NOTE: DUE THE SUBJECT MATTER – NO ONE UNDER 14 IS PERMITTED WITHOUT BEING ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT OVER 18 For tickets/information: 503-239-5919 or www.trianglepro.org All seats are reserved. Ticket prices $15 - $35 Special Student Rates ($7.00 tickets)! Group rates are also available upon request
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
Cygnet Productions announces the premier of its original adaptation of J.M. March’s rhyming epic The Set-Up, at Shaking-the-Tree Theater. Written by the author of The Wild Party (previously produced by Cygnet), The Set-Up, a Jazz Age melodrama, tells a tale of savagery in the boxing ring with nervous, rapidly moving, rhyming couplets. In performance, the piece takes on an ambience and quality unlike anything most have ever seen onstage. Imagine the world of Damon Runyon presented by Homer, in the format of an epic poem, yet, like Moliere, in rhyming couplets. The play takes place in Hell's Kitchen during the late 1920s. It focuses on a black boxer, an imminent champion, whose return to the ring is secretly set up for defeat. Atmospheric, colorful, humorous, and tragic, The Set-Up draws you into a time when boxing, like baseball, was a number one spectator sport. With its unforgiving authenticity and rich detail of character, The Set-Up is a work whose violent action has both root and logic in the characters themselves. Original adaptation by Louanne Moldovan, David Meyers, and Shelly Lipkin Directed by Louanne Moldovan Produced by Louanne Moldovan and David Meyers When:February 12 – March 5,2016 Where:Shaking-the-Tree Theater, 823 SE Grant Street, Portland, OR Tickets:$25 General Admission $20 Seniors and Students Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2484134 https://www.facebook.com/Cygnet-Productions-The-Setup-an-original-adaptation-545200388961640/?fref=ts Principal Cast: ActorsMusician Don AlderAdrian P. Baxter / Saxophone – Flute (OR Music Hall of Fame) Bobby Bermea Hank Cartwright David Meyers Jamie Rea Ted Schulz Michael Teufel Steve Vanderzee Jonah Weston Creative Team: Set Design by Tim Stapleton Lighting Design by Jeff Forbes Costume Design by Marychris Mass Fight Choreography by Kristen Mun
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 11:30am-3:30pm
11:30am-3:30pm
Join Tryon Creek Watershed Council for our 7th annual Watershed Wide Event! We will be hosting a celebratory lunch followed by hands-on restoration at 8 different work sites throughout the Tryon Creek watershed. Projects will include native plant installation and invasive species removal. Don't miss this fun and rewarding community event! Volunteer check-in and a light lunch will be from 11:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Event kickoff starts at 12:00 p.m. Volunteers will meet with their designated site leader and either walk/carpool to their work site. All groups will return to the church no later than 3:30 p.m. Please wear closed-toe shoes, long pants, and weather-approriate clothing. Gloves, tools, and site leaders provided. E-mail specific site questions to volunteer@tryoncreek.org This is a great event for groups! Are you a Boy Scout troop, church organization, school club, etc. looking for a service opportunity? We would love to have you participate! Activities include: Invasive Plant Removal, Native Planting. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/tryon-creek-watershed-wide-event
Sunday
Feb
21
2016
Friday, February 19, 2016 at 7pm through Sunday, February 28, 2016 at 9:30pm
7pm through Sunday, February 28 at 9:30pm
The “Greatest Movie Musical of All Time” is faithfully and lovingly adapted by Broadway legends Betty Comden and Adolph Green from their original award-winning screenplay in Singin’ In The Rain. Each unforgettable scene, song, and dance is accounted for, including the show-stopping title number, complete with an onstage rainstorm! Hilarious situations, snappy dialogue, and a hit-parade score of Hollywood standards make Singin’ In The Rain the perfect entertainment for any fan of the golden age of movie musicals. Performances are February 19 – 28, 2016 at Ridgefield High School, 2630 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield WA 98642 Feb. 19 and 20 at 7pm, Feb. 21 at 2pm, Feb. 26 at 7pm, Feb. 27 at 3pm and 7pm, Feb. 28 at 2pm. Tickets are on sale now at journeytheater.org or by calling 360.750.8550. Pre-sale adult tickets are $14. Youth and senior tickets are $10. Our “family day” performance is February 20, 7 p.m. with all tickets $10 in advance. Tickets for all performances will be $4 more at the door. A School Day Performance will be offered at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, February 23. Tickets are $6 each for groups of 10 – 99 and $5 each for groups of 100 or more, with one free ticket for every 15 purchased. Call our office to arrange to bring your class or home school group!
with
Surfrider
Friday, February 19, 2016 at midnight through Monday, February 22, 2016 at midnight
midnight through Monday, February 22 at midnight
Sunday, February 21, 2016 from 9am-5pm
9am-5pm
(http://www.portlandoregon.gov/?c=26000&a=559797)
Sunday, February 21, 2016 from noon-2pm
noon-2pm
IOW holds its monthly Board meeting on the 3rd Sunday of each month. Meetings are held at In Other Words and are open to the entire community. Please join us to hear about our work, what's going on with the organization, and how you can plugin. Board minutes are available upon request. Email board@inotherwords.org for more info, or if you would like to request an agenda item.
Sunday, February 21, 2016 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Cygnet Productions announces the premier of its original adaptation of J.M. March’s rhyming epic The Set-Up, at Shaking-the-Tree Theater. Written by the author of The Wild Party (previously produced by Cygnet), The Set-Up, a Jazz Age melodrama, tells a tale of savagery in the boxing ring with nervous, rapidly moving, rhyming couplets. In performance, the piece takes on an ambience and quality unlike anything most have ever seen onstage. Imagine the world of Damon Runyon presented by Homer, in the format of an epic poem, yet, like Moliere, in rhyming couplets. The play takes place in Hell's Kitchen during the late 1920s. It focuses on a black boxer, an imminent champion, whose return to the ring is secretly set up for defeat. Atmospheric, colorful, humorous, and tragic, The Set-Up draws you into a time when boxing, like baseball, was a number one spectator sport. With its unforgiving authenticity and rich detail of character, The Set-Up is a work whose violent action has both root and logic in the characters themselves. Original adaptation by Louanne Moldovan, David Meyers, and Shelly Lipkin Directed by Louanne Moldovan Produced by Louanne Moldovan and David Meyers When:February 12 – March 5,2016 Where:Shaking-the-Tree Theater, 823 SE Grant Street, Portland, OR Tickets:$25 General Admission $20 Seniors and Students Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2484134 https://www.facebook.com/Cygnet-Productions-The-Setup-an-original-adaptation-545200388961640/?fref=ts Principal Cast: ActorsMusician Don AlderAdrian P. Baxter / Saxophone – Flute (OR Music Hall of Fame) Bobby Bermea Hank Cartwright David Meyers Jamie Rea Ted Schulz Michael Teufel Steve Vanderzee Jonah Weston Creative Team: Set Design by Tim Stapleton Lighting Design by Jeff Forbes Costume Design by Marychris Mass Fight Choreography by Kristen Mun
Sunday, February 21, 2016 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
triangle productions! is proud to present the West Coast Premiere of WHAT EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW Directed by Donald Horn Written by Monica Byrne In a Catholic reformatory in 1914, three teenage girls (Anne, Theresa, and Lucy) pass the time with masturbation rituals, though they're innocent of the "sinful" nature of their act. Then a belligerent new girl, Joan, shows up, bearing illegal contraband: birth control materials distributed by the woman's rights activist Margaret Sanger [founder of Planned Parenthood]. The girls start reading the material and jokingly pretend to venerate Sanger as a saint, but then undergo a profound conversion experience. See more at: http://www.trianglepro.org/what-every-girl/#sthash.UQ8dmZO2.dpuf NOTE: DUE THE SUBJECT MATTER – NO ONE UNDER 14 IS PERMITTED WITHOUT BEING ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT OVER 18 For tickets/information: 503-239-5919 or www.trianglepro.org All seats are reserved. Ticket prices $15 - $35 Special Student Rates ($7.00 tickets)! Group rates are also available upon request
Sunday, February 21, 2016 from 3-5pm
3-5pm
Portland Community Media is proud to be hosting a screening of the 90­Second Newbery Film Fest, an annual video contest in which young filmmakers create weird movies that creatively tell the entire stories of Newbery ­winning books in about 90 seconds. Youth who are interested in entering the Newbery Film Festival should take one of our workshops now, so that they have the tools they need to craft their submissions! Learn more here: http://jameskennedy.com/90­second­newbery/.
Sunday, February 21, 2016 from 3-5pm
3-5pm
Are you searching for the perfect gift for the holidays? Create your own personalized video greeting card to send out to friends and family that will also air on our public access tv channels! Learn the basics of shooting, green screen technology and editing in this 3­session workshop. You can even create your own animated background! Open to YOUTH ages 7­17. IT'S FREE! Register here: https://community.pcmtv.org/education/workshops/youth/holiday­hey- yous/12569
Sunday, February 21, 2016 from 4:30-6:30pm
4:30-6:30pm
Portland Solidarity Network is an organization that is dedicated to fighting for our rights in the workplace and at home. This includes fighting sexism, racism, ableism, and other forms of discrimination in a way that empowers us and builds momentum to create a more equal world. Contact portlandsolidaritynetwork@gmail.com for more information.
Sunday, February 21, 2016 from 4-6pm
4-6pm
Monday
Feb
22
2016
Monday, February 22, 2016 from 6-9pm
6-9pm
RACE TALKS 2 Community-Police Forums is a free series held monthly at a high school or church in the Portland area to introduce the community to the police and help in establishing better relations. Details will be posted on the RACE TALKS Facebook page and in our Social Justice Alerts as they are scheduled. All events will follow the same timeline. The Community-Police Forums are sponsored by the Albina Ministerial Alliance; City of Portland Mayor's Office; Portland Police Bureau; Portland Public Schools Office of Equity & Diversity; Resolutions Northwest; World Arts Foundation, Inc.; and Donna Maxey, Founder/Director of RACE TALKS http://www.facebook.com/events/900671133385838/
Monday, February 22, 2016 from 6-8:15pm
6-8:15pm
Due to the high interest for our previous screening on 1/28, we're holding a second screening! Thanks to everyone for your excitement and for spreading the word! We're also looking into getting childcare for this showing -- stay tuned for updates! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - The Mask You Live In is a documentary that follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America’s narrow definition of masculinity. This event is FREE and is brought to you by the PSU Student Alliance for Sexual Safety and Reimagine Masculinity. The film starts at about 6:00 PM and will run till about 7:45 PM, but all attendees are invited to stay afterward for an informal discussion about the film. The film can be a pretty emotional experience, so please come prepared to be kind and respectful to others. ::::: TRAILER https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hc45-ptHMxo ::::: FULL SYNOPSIS The Mask You Live In is a documentary that follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America’s narrow definition of masculinity. Pressured by the media, their peer group, and even the adults in their lives, our protagonists confront messages encouraging them to disconnect from their emotions, devalue authentic friendships, objectify and degrade women, and resolve conflicts through violence. These gender stereotypes interconnect with race, class, and circumstance, creating a maze of identity issues boys and young men must navigate to become “real” men. Experts in neuroscience, psychology, sociology, sports, education, and media also weigh in, offering empirical evidence of the “boy crisis” and tactics to combat it. The Mask You Live In ultimately illustrates how we, as a society, can raise a healthier generation of boys and young men. http://www.facebook.com/events/1278761455473478/
Monday, February 22, 2016 at 7pm
7pm
Monday, February 22, 2016 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
In this second installment of ONDA’s High Desert Speaker Series in Portland, award-winning veteran producer Ed Jahn will take you on a journey through some of the most awe-inspiring lands of Oregon’s high desert. From spectacular canyons to rushing rivers, Ed will share amazing clips from his more than 15 years with OPB’s Oregon Field Guide. Don’t miss this opportunity to escape the rain and hear firsthand experiences from one of Oregon’s most exciting journalists. Join us for an evening highlighting the best of your high desert. The event will take place at Portland's First Congregational Church, 1126 SW Park Avenue in the Park Blocks. The event is free and open to the public. Space is limited - please pre-register on Eventbrite.
Monday, February 22, 2016 at 6pm
6pm
Tuesday
Feb
23
2016
Tuesday, February 23, 2016 from 9:30-11:30am
9:30-11:30am
Council members will discuss amendments to Recommended Comprehensive Plan. (http://www.portlandoregon.gov/?c=26000&a=560602)
Tuesday, February 23, 2016 from 5-8pm
5-8pm
The confirmed agenda for the PSC meeting will be posted approximately one week prior to the meeting. (http://www.portlandoregon.gov/?c=26000&a=545230)
Tuesday, February 23, 2016 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
Please hold if you are interested. I'm proposing a forum for members/stakeholders to help us build "the platform" and following questionnaire.
Tuesday, February 23, 2016 at 6pm
6pm
Tuesday, February 23, 2016 at 7pm
7pm
with
Surfrider
Tuesday, February 23, 2016 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
Tuesday, February 23, 2016 at 7pm
7pm
with
Surfrider
Tuesday, February 23, 2016 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
Wednesday
Feb
24
2016
Wednesday, February 24, 2016 from 7:30-9am
7:30-9am
Join us for a morning cup-o-joe on your way to work Wednesday mornings from 7:30-9am. We will rotate locations each week so watch out for a Coffee Club along your commute route. Coffee Clubs are a place for women to come together, share biking experiences and get to know one another. All are welcome to stay for as long or little as you like on you way to the office. Non-commuters also welcome. This event is open to all women, female-identifying, trans, and gender-nonconforming people who enjoy biking (or think that they might). Join the Women Bike group and RSVP (not required) at www.facebook.com/groups/womenbikebta
Wednesday, February 24, 2016 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
"The Fall of Libya" A short documentary of the role imperialism played violently and illegally overthrowing the democratically elected Libyan Jamihiriya government led by Muammar Qaddafi in 2011. The All African People's Revolutionary Party (A-APRP) is hosting its annual discussion events as a way of informing discussion about the worldwide struggle for Pan-Africanism, which we define as one unified socialist Africa. We believe Pan-Africanism is the key to the problems facing over 900 million Africans who are scattered and suffering in 113 countries. We also believe Pan-Africanism is our contribution to the worldwide movement for peace, justice, and scientific socialism. Also, don't forget that the A-APRP feeds children every Monday and Friday at Colombia International Cup Coffee Shop in N. Portland. Look for us to expand our work with other local organizations in New Columbia to help build an independent African school there. Contact us at www.aaaprporegon.org for more information. Here is the list of future screenings: Wed, Mar 30th - "Assata Shakur on Socialism in Cuba" Smith 236 Wed, Apr 27th - "Kwame Ture on zionism as Africa's Enemy" Smith 236 Wed, May 18th - "A Message from Women in Gambia" Smith 333
Wednesday, February 24, 2016 at 6pm
6pm
Wednesday, February 24, 2016 from 7-10pm
7-10pm
Venue:
@
Mazamas
A new film reveals the harm happening all over western Oregon from logging on private timberlands. Water contaminated, people breathing in pesticides, watersheds 80 to 90 percent clearcut -- these are the stories from Behind the Emerald Curtain. See the preview at www.pacificrivers.org. This event is FREE, but if you want to reserve a spot, click the Ticket link above or go here -- https://www.eventbrite.com/e/film-behind-the-emerald-curtain-from-pacific-rivers-tickets-20063279810 Meet Kate Taylor, who moved to Rockaway Beach to start a business and found out her drinking water was contaminated. Listen to Maia recount her experience of breathing herbicides inside her home and collapsing into a seizure. See the clearcuts, watch the herbicides drift, hear the stories that matter, and -- most importantly -- find out how you can help reform the Oregon Forest Practices Act. Behind the Emerald Curtain was produced by Pacific Rivers and North Fork Studios. http://www.facebook.com/events/1169231059757062/
Wednesday, February 24, 2016 at 7pm
7pm
Wednesday, February 24, 2016 at 7pm
7pm
Thursday
Feb
25
2016
with
Surfrider
Thursday, February 25, 2016 at midnight through Monday, February 29, 2016 at midnight
midnight through Monday, February 29 at midnight
Thursday, February 25, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
triangle productions! is proud to present the West Coast Premiere of WHAT EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW Directed by Donald Horn Written by Monica Byrne In a Catholic reformatory in 1914, three teenage girls (Anne, Theresa, and Lucy) pass the time with masturbation rituals, though they're innocent of the "sinful" nature of their act. Then a belligerent new girl, Joan, shows up, bearing illegal contraband: birth control materials distributed by the woman's rights activist Margaret Sanger [founder of Planned Parenthood]. The girls start reading the material and jokingly pretend to venerate Sanger as a saint, but then undergo a profound conversion experience. See more at: http://www.trianglepro.org/what-every-girl/#sthash.UQ8dmZO2.dpuf NOTE: DUE THE SUBJECT MATTER – NO ONE UNDER 14 IS PERMITTED WITHOUT BEING ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT OVER 18 For tickets/information: 503-239-5919 or www.trianglepro.org All seats are reserved. Ticket prices $15 - $35 Special Student Rates ($7.00 tickets)! Group rates are also available upon request
with
Hatch
Thursday, February 25, 2016 from noon-2pm
noon-2pm
In-person event
Thursday, February 25, 2016 from 2-3:30pm
2-3:30pm
STORIES OF OUR LIVES Directed by Jim Chuchu Kenya, 2014 , 62 min. Two high school girls are in trouble for their “peculiar” relationship; a young DVD seller enters a clandestine gay bar, hoping his homophobic friend doesn’t find out about it; a farmhand is tormented when his crush starts courting a woman; a young man is about to live out his dream of having sex with a white man (note: the scene is tastefully filmed and is not explicit); and a woman dreams of living with her partner somewhere where anti-gay laws don’t exist. These are the stories that were told by Kenyans who identify themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex and now comprise this beautifully rendered anthology film. Stories of Our Lives started out as an archival project by the multi-disciplinary NEST Collective, who turned the testimonies given into five funny, endearing and sometimes heartbreaking vignettes. Unfortunately, but predictably, the Kenyan government banned the film on the grounds of promoting homosexuality. In Swahili and English with English subtitles. Not suitable for children.
with
Hatch
Thursday, February 25, 2016 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
TICKETS: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/career-pathways-to-doing-good-in-oregon-tickets-20026931090       Are you searching for work to make a difference in the lives of others? Are you looking for a nonprofit job in Oregon?  Do you have an idea for a social good or socially responsible company? Then please join us for this quarterly event co-produced by The Nonprofit Association of Oregon, Hatch Innovation, and Mac’s List.   Choose your own adventure: Learn from leading organizations the next steps you should take to start your own do-good adventure. Attend this event if... You’re looking to make a difference while earning a living You want to learn the tricks and tips from three of Oregon’s leading do-good organizations You’re interested in developing the skills it takes to find the creative and rewarding work you seek You want to meet interesting, talented and creative people You need resources that guide you on your way to making a difference in Oregon What to expect: Learn about the trends in the nonprofit sector in Oregon that affect your search Get job search advice for looking for work in the nonprofit and social good space Find out the basics for how to start your own social good operation in Oregon Meet organizations and people that can help you on your way to doing good while earning a living Evening Agenda: 6:00-6:15 p.m. - Check-in and networking 6:15-6:45 p.m. - presentation by NAO, Mac's List, and Hatch 6:45-7:15 p.m. - audience questions 7:15-8:00 p.m. - networking   This is an ongoing info session for Oregonians looking to make a difference. We’ve invited our partners, peers, and colleagues to provide do-gooder resources so that you know some next steps you can take on your adventure. Some of those important resources are newsletters from NAO, Mac's List, and Hatch. You will be added to these lists, but will have the option to unsubscribe. Non-alcoholic drinks and snacks will be available for attendees. Please register in advance.     Sponsored by:       Tabling at the event will be:          Enact Your Vision     About Mac’s List Mac's List is a locally owned and operated online community in Portland, connecting job seekers with employers offering rewarding work since 2001. On Mac's List you will find more than 200 jobs, internships, volunteer and event listings each week, and a well-known blog about how to find work in Oregon.   About The Nonprofit Association of Oregon   The Nonprofit Association of Oregon’s mission is to strengthen the collective voice, leadership, and capacity of nonprofits to enrich the lives of all Oregonians.  About Hatch Innovation Hatch Innovation is a non-profit helping local and social entrepreneurs imagine, launch, and scale enterprises that improve communities. Hatch operates a 13,000 square foot co-working space and accelerator in NE Portland and offers training, support, and services for social entrepreneurs. Hatch Innovation is also behind Hatch Oregon, Oregon's investment crowdfunding platform.  
Thursday, February 25, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
LES PETITS CHATS Thursday Evening Documentary Films Directed by Sherif Nakhla Egypt, 2014 , 80 min. Thursday Evening Documentary Films Sherif Nakhla’s documentary takes viewers back to Egypt’s “Golden Age” of the 60s and 70s where crowds in the thousands danced the night away to legendary Egyptian cover band Les Petits Chats. Singing American and European hits to packed nightclubs and walking the streets like “seven Elvises”, band members navigate music and fame through wars, protests and a drastically shifting cultural and political landscape. Although they took different paths after the band’s breakup in the 80s, in 2009 they were brought together for one final concert. Six members, all major celebrities and musicians now, play to a packed house of people nostalgic for better times and looking for an escape to the conditions of pre-revolution Egypt. The band leader Wagdi Francis’s niece (and new CFAF coordinator) Tracy Francis will lead the post-film discussion. In Arabic with English subtitles. Not suitable for children.
Thursday, February 25, 2016 at 7pm
7pm
Thursday, February 25, 2016 from noon-2pm
noon-2pm
LAMB Directed by Yared Zeleke Ethiopia, 2015 , 94 min. Ephraim is a young Ethiopian boy, a farmer’s son whose mother has died. His father leaves him and his pet sheep in the care of distant relatives who live far from their home region. His uncle soon learns that Ephraim is not good at farm work but has a talent for cooking, something he highly disapproves of in a boy. When his uncle tells him they have to sacrifice his sheep for the next religious feast, Ephraim will do anything to save his best friend and return home safely with him. The film’s gorgeous cinematography showcases Ethiopia’s spectacular Bale Mountains, the people and their everyday way of life. Lamb premiered at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival and has the honor of being the first Ethiopian film selected to show at Cannes. In Amharic with English subtitles.
Friday
Feb
26
2016
Friday, February 26, 2016 at 6pm through Sunday, February 28, 2016 at 8:30pm
6pm through Sunday, February 28 at 8:30pm
Venue:
@
SOLVE Office
This is a three-day training on January 26, 28 & 30. Training Schedule: Tuesday, January 26, 6-8:30 pm at the SOLVE office: stewardship, watershed basics, restoration strategies, and examples. Thursday, January 28, 6-8:30 pm at the SOLVE office: community involvement, working w/ volunteers, work-party management, and leadership techniques. Saturday, January 30, 10am - 3pm: FIELD DAY – Location To Be Determined: project examples, planting techniques, invasive plant removal techniques, and native plant identification. Stream Team Captains lead volunteers on stream restoration and enhancement projects throughout the Portland-metro area. SOLVE adopts restoration sites for three to five years working with volunteers, community groups, crews, agencies and other non-profit partners to improve the health and function of stream corridors and wetlands. Stream Team Captains provide leadership, organization and supervision to volunteers for Saturday morning events. Stream Team Captains also instruct volunteers in invasive plant removal techniques and proper planting techniques while working closely with SOLVE staff to fulfill stream restoration and enhancement goals. Upon completion of this training, Stream Team Captains commit to lead at least three Team Up volunteer events involving planting native species, invasive plant removal, native plant identification, mulching, and watering. Additional training in basic botany, bioengineering, advanced classes in native and invasive plant ID, as well as winter twig ID are also available to Stream Team Captains during the course of the year. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/stream-team-captain-training
Friday, February 26, 2016 at 7pm through Sunday, February 28, 2016 at 7pm
7pm through Sunday, February 28 at 7pm
This special adaptation of the nine-time Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, Fiddler On The Roof JR. follows Tevye the milkman as he tries to protect his daughters and the traditions of his tight-knit Jewish community from a changing world and growing anti-Semitism in Czarist Russia. Created by Broadway legends Jerome Robbins, Harold Prince, Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick, and Joseph Stein, Fiddler on the Roof JR. tackles the universal theme of tradition in ways that reach across barriers of race, class, nationality, and religion. Performances are February 26 – February 28, 2016 at Alpenrose Opera House, 6149 SW Shattuck Rd, Portland OR 97221. Tickets are on sale now at journeytheater.org or by calling 360.750.8550. Pre-sale adult tickets are $14. Youth and senior tickets are $10. The February 27 @ 3:00 p.m. showing is a “family day” performance with all tickets $10 in advance per person. Tickets for all performances will be $4 more at the door. A School Day Performance will be offered at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, February 26th. Tickets are $6 each for groups of 10 – 99 and $5 each for groups of 100 or more, with one free ticket for every 15 purchased. Call our office to arrange to bring your class or home school group!
Friday, February 26, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
LAMB Directed by Yared Zeleke Ethiopia, 2015 , 94 min. Ephraim is a young Ethiopian boy, a farmer’s son whose mother has died. His father leaves him and his pet sheep in the care of distant relatives who live far from their home region. His uncle soon learns that Ephraim is not good at farm work but has a talent for cooking, something he highly disapproves of in a boy. When his uncle tells him they have to sacrifice his sheep for the next religious feast, Ephraim will do anything to save his best friend and return home safely with him. The film’s gorgeous cinematography showcases Ethiopia’s spectacular Bale Mountains, the people and their everyday way of life. Lamb premiered at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival and has the honor of being the first Ethiopian film selected to show at Cannes. In Amharic with English subtitles.
Friday, February 26, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
triangle productions! is proud to present the West Coast Premiere of WHAT EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW Directed by Donald Horn Written by Monica Byrne In a Catholic reformatory in 1914, three teenage girls (Anne, Theresa, and Lucy) pass the time with masturbation rituals, though they're innocent of the "sinful" nature of their act. Then a belligerent new girl, Joan, shows up, bearing illegal contraband: birth control materials distributed by the woman's rights activist Margaret Sanger [founder of Planned Parenthood]. The girls start reading the material and jokingly pretend to venerate Sanger as a saint, but then undergo a profound conversion experience. See more at: http://www.trianglepro.org/what-every-girl/#sthash.UQ8dmZO2.dpuf NOTE: DUE THE SUBJECT MATTER – NO ONE UNDER 14 IS PERMITTED WITHOUT BEING ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT OVER 18 For tickets/information: 503-239-5919 or www.trianglepro.org All seats are reserved. Ticket prices $15 - $35 Special Student Rates ($7.00 tickets)! Group rates are also available upon request
Friday, February 26, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
Cygnet Productions announces the premier of its original adaptation of J.M. March’s rhyming epic The Set-Up, at Shaking-the-Tree Theater. Written by the author of The Wild Party (previously produced by Cygnet), The Set-Up, a Jazz Age melodrama, tells a tale of savagery in the boxing ring with nervous, rapidly moving, rhyming couplets. In performance, the piece takes on an ambience and quality unlike anything most have ever seen onstage. Imagine the world of Damon Runyon presented by Homer, in the format of an epic poem, yet, like Moliere, in rhyming couplets. The play takes place in Hell's Kitchen during the late 1920s. It focuses on a black boxer, an imminent champion, whose return to the ring is secretly set up for defeat. Atmospheric, colorful, humorous, and tragic, The Set-Up draws you into a time when boxing, like baseball, was a number one spectator sport. With its unforgiving authenticity and rich detail of character, The Set-Up is a work whose violent action has both root and logic in the characters themselves. Original adaptation by Louanne Moldovan, David Meyers, and Shelly Lipkin Directed by Louanne Moldovan Produced by Louanne Moldovan and David Meyers When:February 12 – March 5,2016 Where:Shaking-the-Tree Theater, 823 SE Grant Street, Portland, OR Tickets:$25 General Admission $20 Seniors and Students Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2484134 https://www.facebook.com/Cygnet-Productions-The-Setup-an-original-adaptation-545200388961640/?fref=ts Principal Cast: ActorsMusician Don AlderAdrian P. Baxter / Saxophone – Flute (OR Music Hall of Fame) Bobby Bermea Hank Cartwright David Meyers Jamie Rea Ted Schulz Michael Teufel Steve Vanderzee Jonah Weston Creative Team: Set Design by Tim Stapleton Lighting Design by Jeff Forbes Costume Design by Marychris Mass Fight Choreography by Kristen Mun
Saturday
Feb
27
2016
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
Ma Olsen ran a small grocery store in downtown Linnton for much of the first half of the twentieth century. During the Depression she forgave bills, feeding folks in need. Her store was bulldozed in the early 60s, along with most of the buildings lining St Helens Road in Linnton, to widen the highway from two lanes to four. Not long after this Nora “Ma” Olsen, while crossing the highway, was hit, and killed by a car. A plaque, bench, and a Benson Bubbler were placed where the back of her store had been, and that swath of hill was named Ma Olsen’s Garden. Forty-five years after her death, the steep hillside that was her Garden was overgrown with ivy, blackberry, and a tangle of fallen trees. We removed the thick green shroud that covered the garden and planted hundreds of native shrubs and flowers of over fifty species. Most of the five block long, seventy-five foot wide sliver of land, of which the Garden is the southern tip, remained buried under invasives. Why not extend the project north, since Linnton as “hanging garden” was the goal to begin with? So we roll along, the past two winters extending the garden another block, planting as we go. It’s gnarly work, with established ivy, blackberry, vinca and laurel on rocky, steep, uneven slopes. Uncovering old stone walls, terraces, mundane and weird trash heaps, and poison oak keeps the work interesting, sometimes too much so. We’re incubating plans for an tongue-in-cheek sculpture/Dr. Seuss garden in this section. We should be able to polish off the remaining weeds this winter, but we need an infusion of help and laughter. Activities include: Invasive Plant Removal. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/ma-olsens-garden-extension-february
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
As part of the Rock Creek Partnership with SOLVE and the Clackamas River Basin Council, Friends of Trees is leading volunteer restoration events along the banks of Rock Creek and its tributaries. Rock Creek is a tributary to the Clackamas River and supports numerous species of wildlife, including salmonids. This project is supported with funding from Clackamas County Water Environment Services, on behalf of Clackamas Service District No. 1. Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The planting will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
Join Friends of Trees at the second of two plantings at Woodhaven City Park this season in partnership with , Tualatin Riverkeepers, the City of Sherwood, and Clean Water Services. This planting is part of the Tree For All campaign which has planted over three million native plants in the Tualatin River Watershed in the past decade! Clean Water Services, Friends of Trees, thousands of volunteers, other non-profits, city partners, and private landowners will be working together this season to continue the success of this program. See a map of this site, HERE. Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
triangle productions! is proud to present the West Coast Premiere of WHAT EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW Directed by Donald Horn Written by Monica Byrne In a Catholic reformatory in 1914, three teenage girls (Anne, Theresa, and Lucy) pass the time with masturbation rituals, though they're innocent of the "sinful" nature of their act. Then a belligerent new girl, Joan, shows up, bearing illegal contraband: birth control materials distributed by the woman's rights activist Margaret Sanger [founder of Planned Parenthood]. The girls start reading the material and jokingly pretend to venerate Sanger as a saint, but then undergo a profound conversion experience. See more at: http://www.trianglepro.org/what-every-girl/#sthash.UQ8dmZO2.dpuf NOTE: DUE THE SUBJECT MATTER – NO ONE UNDER 14 IS PERMITTED WITHOUT BEING ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT OVER 18 For tickets/information: 503-239-5919 or www.trianglepro.org All seats are reserved. Ticket prices $15 - $35 Special Student Rates ($7.00 tickets)! Group rates are also available upon request
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
Venue:
@
Dahl Beach Park
Dahl Beach is located at the confluence of the Clackamas and Willamette rivers. The confluence is an important location for both juvenile and adult salmon. Osprey can often be seen in the area. This native tree planting project is part of a larger stream restoration project initiated by the Clackamas River Basin Council. Volunteers will be planting native trees like western red cedar, and native shrubs like salmonberry and indian plum. Volunteers will also be mulching and installing live willow stakes. Native plantings help filter pollutants, provide shade, and improve fish and wildlife habitat. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/dahl-park-february-community-planting-day
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
Ma Olsen ran a small grocery store in downtown Linnton for much of the first half of the twentieth century. During the Depression she forgave bills, feeding folks in need. Her store was bulldozed in the early 60s, along with most of the buildings lining St Helens Road in Linnton, to widen the highway from two lanes to four. Not long after this Nora “Ma” Olsen, while crossing the highway, was hit, and killed by a car. A plaque, bench, and a Benson Bubbler were placed where the back of her store had been, and that swath of hill was named Ma Olsen’s Garden. Forty-five years after her death, the steep hillside that was her Garden was overgrown with ivy, blackberry, and a tangle of fallen trees. We removed the thick green shroud that covered the garden and planted hundreds of native shrubs and flowers of over fifty species. Most of the five block long, seventy-five foot wide sliver of land, of which the Garden is the southern tip, remained buried under invasives. Why not extend the project north, since Linnton as “hanging garden” was the goal to begin with? So we roll along, the past two winters extending the garden another block, planting as we go. It’s gnarly work, with established ivy, blackberry, vinca and laurel on rocky, steep, uneven slopes. Uncovering old stone walls, terraces, mundane and weird trash heaps, and poison oak keeps the work interesting, sometimes too much so. We’re incubating plans for an tongue-in-cheek sculpture/Dr. Seuss garden in this section. We should be able to polish off the remaining weeds this winter, but we need an infusion of help and laughter. Activities include: Invasive Plant Removal. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/ma-olsens-garden-extension-february
with
Surfrider
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 8-11am
8-11am
BWTF (Blue Water Task Force) is Surfrider Foundation's citizen-based, volunteer run water quality monitoring program. The Newport Chapter is currently seeking volunteers to continue the water monitoring effort. Contact Vince Pappalardo - volunteercoordinator@newport.or.surfrider.org for details
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
Restoring headwater habitat, the habitat at the source of a river or stream, is an important part of the waterway restoration process. Wilkes Creek flows into the Columbia Slough, so its protection is part of a greater effort to keep the Slough healthy. We’ll plant native plants and protect them with mulch. We’ll also care for previously planted plants by weeding and mulching and removing invasive species like English ivy and Himalayan blackberry. Students in our SERVE (Students Engaged in Restoring Vital Ecosystems) program have adopted this site for their field science experience. Parents and students are encouraged to visit the site again during this event! This event runs rain or shine! Be sure to dress for the weather and bring water, rain gear and sturdy shoes. Snacks, tools, training and gloves will be provided. Activities include: Invasive Plant Removal, Litter Cleanup, Native Planting. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/stewardship-saturday
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
Looking for a way to get outside and make a difference in your community? Join Friends of Nadaka for our Community Planting Event to restore a healthy habitat at Nadaka Nature Park. Volunteers will be planting native shrubs like Oregon Grape, Thimbleberry, and Snowberry. Native plantings help filter pollutants, provide shade, and improve fish and wildlife habitat. Tools, plants, gloves, and light refreshments will be provided. Dress to work in natural areas: long pants, warm cloths, and closed-toe sturdy shoes. Please bring a water bottle and a friend! Activities include: Invasive Plant Removal, Native Planting. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/nadaka-nature-park-community-planting-day
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 10am-3pm
10am-3pm
PDX Permaculture Saturday, February 27 at 10:00 AM We will spent the morning learning about using the basic pruning tools & equipment, assessing different fruit trees and learning how to prune for vary... Price: USD 20.00 per person http://www.meetup.com/Portland-Permaculture-Meetup/events/227431524/
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 10am-noon
10am-noon
Attention Oregon! Skip across the border for some SW Washington style restoration work! We will be focusing on the removal of invasive plant, shining geranium in a deforested area in the center of the woods at LeRoy Haagen Park. We hope to completely remove this invasive species before April so chemical treatments will not be necessary. People enjoy hanging out in this area and too frequently leave their litter behind. The hope is to return the area to its intended purpose of habitat and a nature trail for walkers and joggers. This is a great activity for young children and the young at heart. Please contact if you feel you have special needs but would still like to volunteer. Please contact as well if you are interested in coordinating these monthly efforts at the park. There is something for nearly everyone. Activities include: Invasive Plant Removal, Native Planting, Probably some light litter removal. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/4th-saturday-february-clean-leroy-haagen-park
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 1-5pm
1-5pm
For the fourth year running, RACC is proud to bring the whole PDX music scene together at Happening! 2016. Just like last year, we're inviting Portland's musicians, bookers, managers, music writers, label owners, and the various characters who make music happen in this town. Last time around, we made some connections, opened some doors, and learned some tricks. We're doing it again, and we'll have the same program that made the first one such a success: •Experts leading small groups on topics like running a label, legal issues for artists, and booking shows •Veterans hosting a discussion on the urgent issues we're all facing as Portland music people •Maybe most importantly, sometime shoot the breeze with our old and new pals. Happening! 2016 will be an exploratory conversation about how music works around here, and how artists, professionals, and supporters shape the scene. We'll focus on the issues we all deal with - how do you get paid for the work you love when everything's changing? How do get good music out to the most people? But we'll have plenty of time to address everyone's individual questions, too. So bring your stories, questions, and ideas. Once again, we’ll bring snacks, beer, experts, and conversation. Let’s work together to make music happen. Moderator: Rebecca Miller​; Panel: Simon Tam, Jenny Logan, DJ Klyph, Portia Sabin, Sierra Haager Cost: $7-20; Capacity: 75 Bio: Rebecca Miller Rebecca Miller is a musician, youth advocate, and development professional. In 2014 she toured nationally and internationally with the band EMA, providing backing guitar, bass and vocals. Currently she is a songwriter in her own band Top Parts, and teaches guitar, songwriting, and rock band skills to youth and adults, having worked with the Rock n' Roll Camp for Girls and My Voice Music. In 2013, she re-branded the RACC music workshop as Happening! a local music forum, now in its 3rd year. Dr. Portia Sabin is a cultural anthropologist. While working on her Ph.D. at Columbia University, she played drums, recorded, and toured with NYC band The Hissyfits. She founded Shotclock Management in 2004 and took over running the legendary punk record label, Kill Rock Stars, in October 2006. She is the host of a radio show about the music business called The Future of What that can be heard on XRAY, KAOS, KUGS, KPOV, and online. Sabin is a board member of A2IM (the American Association of Independent Music) and the Pacific Northwest Chapter of The Recording Academy, and is currently co-chair of the board of the Rock ’n’ Roll Camp for Girls in Portland. Jenny Logan is an attorney and has played in bands, organized shows, and recorded music since the late '90s. After completing her M.A. at New York University she was awarded a New York City Teaching Fellowship and taught public high school in the Bronx where she was Lead Teacher of Special Education. She moved to Portland to attend Lewis and Clark Law School, where she graduated cum laude in 2013. Logan clerked for the Hon. Ann Aiken, Chief Judge of the District Court of Oregon, for two years. She also co-founded XRAY.fm, Portland's nonprofit music and talk radio station, and is in her 4th year as the station's board president. She is a member of the Oregon State Bar and currently plays bass in the band Summer Cannibals. Simon Tam is an award-winning musician, author, entrepreneur, and social justice activist. Simon is best known as the founder and bassist of The Slants, the world’s first and only all-Asian American dance rock band. Recently, he was named a "Portland Rising Star" ​by the Light a Fire Awards, received a "Distinguished Alum Award"​ from Marylhurst University, and delivered 5 TED talks. Simon is the Marketing Director at Oregon Environmental Council and an adjunct professor at Marylhurst University, Portland Community College, and Linn-Benton Community College. He is currently serving as a founding member on the Board of Directors for the Oregon Center for Human Rights and the Policy and Equity Committee for the Jade District. Cliff Stanford aka DJ Klyph, is a licensed physical therapist assistant and certified personal trainer. While living in New Orleans, he interned and recorded his first project while performing at venues in the city. Once relocating to Portland, he continued producing while transitioning to DJing and in 2008 progressed into broadcasting with the program three7 RADIO on internet station PRA (Portland Radio Authority) and then Radio 23 focusing on playing underground hip-hop, funk and soul with a focus on positive, conscious music. In 2009 he began producing and hosting Welcome to the Neighborhood on 107.1FM KZME, a show that’s primary focus has been to provide a platform for the local hip-hop, funk and soul scene. WTTN now makes its home on XRAY FM Portland and continues to feature local music, interviews and provide support of the local scene. He also produces and hosts the podcast Klyph Notes featuring long form interviews with artists & people making an impact on their community. Sierra Haager is all about helping bands grow. As the co-founder of Public Display PR, she works publicity and artist development for bands all over the country, helping her clients build plans of action that encompass tour strategy, content release strategy, digital marketing, and how to maximize return on shows, press coverage, and more. When she and her co-founder Alex aren’t working with other bands, they play in a band of their own called bed.
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 2-3:30pm
2-3:30pm
KIRIKOU AND THE MEN AND THE WOMEN Family Fest Matinee hosted by Baba Wagué Diakité of Mali Directed by Michel Ocelot France, West Africa, 2012 , 88 min. Family Fest Matinee hosted by Baba Wagué Diakité of Mali Join us for a fun-filled afternoon with storytelling by Wague, a free raffle for books and dvds, and a new animated film about our favorite hero Kirikou! French animator Michel Ocelot created this captivating third installment of the adventures of the mischievous and heroic Kirikou. Based loosely on West African fables, the film tells five stories of ingenuity and courage, as the tiny but fearless crusader saves his village from foes both natural and supernatural. Wise parables are told by combining classic hand-drawn animation with cutting edge computer techniques. This beautiful film is funny, clever, cunning, and buoyed by an exuberant musical soundtrack featuring the voice of superstar Angélique Kidjo. An absolute delight for the whole family. In French with English subtitles.
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 6:02-10pm
6:02-10pm
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 7-10pm
7-10pm
350PDX Benefit Concert featuring Kathleen Dean Moore and Rachelle McCabe performing a program of words and music, with an interpretation of Sergei Rachmaninoff’s “Variations on a Theme of Corelli.” Tickets are $8-$20 and will be available at the door and online (see above link) In this weaving of music and words, concert pianist Rachelle McCabe plays Rachmaninoff’s “Variations on a Theme from Corelli,” with its outpouring of descending chords giving voice to both grief and hope. Writer Kathleen Dean Moore weaves words into the silences between variations, calling on people to save Earth’s astonishing and sustaining lives. Convinced of the power of music and the need for action, Moore speaks of the performance as, “art that allows us to tell the terrible truths about global warming and mass extinction in a way that enters into people’s hearts rather than breaks them.” Performances in Corvallis and Seattle were met with enthusiastic ovations. Tickets available at http://350pdx.nationbuilder.com/in_a_time_of_extinctions_a_call_to_life http://www.facebook.com/events/1543557249292777/
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
STORIES OF OUR LIVES Directed by Jim Chuchu Kenya, 2014 , 62 min. Two high school girls are in trouble for their “peculiar” relationship; a young DVD seller enters a clandestine gay bar, hoping his homophobic friend doesn’t find out about it; a farmhand is tormented when his crush starts courting a woman; a young man is about to live out his dream of having sex with a white man (note: the scene is tastefully filmed and is not explicit); and a woman dreams of living with her partner somewhere where anti-gay laws don’t exist. These are the stories that were told by Kenyans who identify themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex and now comprise this beautifully rendered anthology film. Stories of Our Lives started out as an archival project by the multi-disciplinary NEST Collective, who turned the testimonies given into five funny, endearing and sometimes heartbreaking vignettes. Unfortunately, but predictably, the Kenyan government banned the film on the grounds of promoting homosexuality. In Swahili and English with English subtitles. Not suitable for children.
with
350 Pdx
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
350PDX Benefit Concert featuring Kathleen Dean Moore and Rachelle McCabe performing a program of words and music, with an interpretation of Sergei Rachmaninoff’s “Variations on a Theme of Corelli.” Tickets are $8-$20 and will be available at the door and online. In this weaving of music and words, concert pianist Rachelle McCabe plays Rachmaninoff’s “Variations on a Theme from Corelli,” with its outpouring of descending chords giving voice to both grief and hope. Writer Kathleen Dean Moore weaves words into the silences between variations, calling on people to save Earth’s astonishing and sustaining lives. Convinced of the power of music and the need for action, Moore speaks of the performance as, “art that allows us to tell the terrible truths about global warming and mass extinction in a way that enters into people’s hearts rather than breaks them.” Performances in Corvallis and Seattle were met with enthusiastic ovations.
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
Cygnet Productions announces the premier of its original adaptation of J.M. March’s rhyming epic The Set-Up, at Shaking-the-Tree Theater. Written by the author of The Wild Party (previously produced by Cygnet), The Set-Up, a Jazz Age melodrama, tells a tale of savagery in the boxing ring with nervous, rapidly moving, rhyming couplets. In performance, the piece takes on an ambience and quality unlike anything most have ever seen onstage. Imagine the world of Damon Runyon presented by Homer, in the format of an epic poem, yet, like Moliere, in rhyming couplets. The play takes place in Hell's Kitchen during the late 1920s. It focuses on a black boxer, an imminent champion, whose return to the ring is secretly set up for defeat. Atmospheric, colorful, humorous, and tragic, The Set-Up draws you into a time when boxing, like baseball, was a number one spectator sport. With its unforgiving authenticity and rich detail of character, The Set-Up is a work whose violent action has both root and logic in the characters themselves. Original adaptation by Louanne Moldovan, David Meyers, and Shelly Lipkin Directed by Louanne Moldovan Produced by Louanne Moldovan and David Meyers When:February 12 – March 5,2016 Where:Shaking-the-Tree Theater, 823 SE Grant Street, Portland, OR Tickets:$25 General Admission $20 Seniors and Students Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2484134 https://www.facebook.com/Cygnet-Productions-The-Setup-an-original-adaptation-545200388961640/?fref=ts Principal Cast: ActorsMusician Don AlderAdrian P. Baxter / Saxophone – Flute (OR Music Hall of Fame) Bobby Bermea Hank Cartwright David Meyers Jamie Rea Ted Schulz Michael Teufel Steve Vanderzee Jonah Weston Creative Team: Set Design by Tim Stapleton Lighting Design by Jeff Forbes Costume Design by Marychris Mass Fight Choreography by Kristen Mun
with
SOLVE
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
Council Creek is home to beaver, Red-shouldered hawks, crayfish and native fish. Volunteers will be planting this 6 acre wetland restoration site with native willow, Oregon ash, as well as native shrubs including red-osier dogwood and douglas spirea.Volunteers will also be installing coffee bags as weed barriers, placing mice guards around trees, and mulching. Native plants will help to filter stormwater, and support fish and wildlife habitat. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/council-creek-february-community-planting-day
Sunday
Feb
28
2016
with
Surfrider
Thursday, February 25, 2016 at midnight through Monday, February 29, 2016 at midnight
midnight through Monday, February 29 at midnight
Friday, February 26, 2016 at 6pm through Sunday, February 28, 2016 at 8:30pm
6pm through Sunday, February 28 at 8:30pm
Venue:
@
SOLVE Office
This is a three-day training on January 26, 28 & 30. Training Schedule: Tuesday, January 26, 6-8:30 pm at the SOLVE office: stewardship, watershed basics, restoration strategies, and examples. Thursday, January 28, 6-8:30 pm at the SOLVE office: community involvement, working w/ volunteers, work-party management, and leadership techniques. Saturday, January 30, 10am - 3pm: FIELD DAY – Location To Be Determined: project examples, planting techniques, invasive plant removal techniques, and native plant identification. Stream Team Captains lead volunteers on stream restoration and enhancement projects throughout the Portland-metro area. SOLVE adopts restoration sites for three to five years working with volunteers, community groups, crews, agencies and other non-profit partners to improve the health and function of stream corridors and wetlands. Stream Team Captains provide leadership, organization and supervision to volunteers for Saturday morning events. Stream Team Captains also instruct volunteers in invasive plant removal techniques and proper planting techniques while working closely with SOLVE staff to fulfill stream restoration and enhancement goals. Upon completion of this training, Stream Team Captains commit to lead at least three Team Up volunteer events involving planting native species, invasive plant removal, native plant identification, mulching, and watering. Additional training in basic botany, bioengineering, advanced classes in native and invasive plant ID, as well as winter twig ID are also available to Stream Team Captains during the course of the year. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/stream-team-captain-training
Friday, February 26, 2016 at 7pm through Sunday, February 28, 2016 at 7pm
7pm through Sunday, February 28 at 7pm
This special adaptation of the nine-time Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, Fiddler On The Roof JR. follows Tevye the milkman as he tries to protect his daughters and the traditions of his tight-knit Jewish community from a changing world and growing anti-Semitism in Czarist Russia. Created by Broadway legends Jerome Robbins, Harold Prince, Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick, and Joseph Stein, Fiddler on the Roof JR. tackles the universal theme of tradition in ways that reach across barriers of race, class, nationality, and religion. Performances are February 26 – February 28, 2016 at Alpenrose Opera House, 6149 SW Shattuck Rd, Portland OR 97221. Tickets are on sale now at journeytheater.org or by calling 360.750.8550. Pre-sale adult tickets are $14. Youth and senior tickets are $10. The February 27 @ 3:00 p.m. showing is a “family day” performance with all tickets $10 in advance per person. Tickets for all performances will be $4 more at the door. A School Day Performance will be offered at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, February 26th. Tickets are $6 each for groups of 10 – 99 and $5 each for groups of 100 or more, with one free ticket for every 15 purchased. Call our office to arrange to bring your class or home school group!
Sunday, February 28, 2016 from 1-4pm
1-4pm
Pollinators Sunday February 28th, 1pm - 4pm NE Portland, Vernon neighborhood Pollinators serve an important role in our local food web. More specifically, we need them in order for our fruit trees to produce bountiful fruit sets! In this hands-on workshop, you will gain a basic understanding of bee-keeping, learn about the life of bees, how to construct mason bee habitats, and which plants are favorable for attracting pollinators. For the hands-on portion of this workshop, we'll be cleaning mason bee cocoons and assembling mason bee habitats that will be installed at our 2016 Community Orchard sites. Additionally, every participant will get to take home cocoons, paper tubes for starter bee homes, and pollinator friendly flower seeds. About the instructors: Jen Davis lives in Portland with her two kids and husband. She is an artist, writer, filmmaker and urban farmer. She grows 16 kinds of fruit, and nearly one half of her family's vegetable supply. She also keeps ducks, and has raised Mason bees for ten years. She teaches Mason bee workshops from home and at schools throughout the region. Madelyn Morris is a Portland-based educator and co-owns Mickelberry Gardens, LLC with her husband. The start-up company is developing a product line based on locally harvested herbs, raw honey, beeswax, and other hive products from the couple’s steadily growing honeybee apiary in southeast Portland - where humane, ethical, and organic beekeeping methods are always utilized. Madelyn is happy to share her enthusiasm for honeybees and other pollinating insects, and promotes deepening our relationship with these fascinating and helpful creatures. www.mickelberrygardens.com The location address and other details will be provided after you register. Register at: http://civi.portlandfruit.org/civicrm/event/register?id=1584&reset=1
Sunday, February 28, 2016 from 1-4pm
1-4pm
PDX Permaculture Sunday, February 28 at 1:00 PM Whether you're a classroom teacher, garden educator, daycare provider, parent or community activist wanting to engage more with teaching youth and chi... http://www.meetup.com/Portland-Permaculture-Meetup/events/227431592/
Sunday, February 28, 2016 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Cygnet Productions announces the premier of its original adaptation of J.M. March’s rhyming epic The Set-Up, at Shaking-the-Tree Theater. Written by the author of The Wild Party (previously produced by Cygnet), The Set-Up, a Jazz Age melodrama, tells a tale of savagery in the boxing ring with nervous, rapidly moving, rhyming couplets. In performance, the piece takes on an ambience and quality unlike anything most have ever seen onstage. Imagine the world of Damon Runyon presented by Homer, in the format of an epic poem, yet, like Moliere, in rhyming couplets. The play takes place in Hell's Kitchen during the late 1920s. It focuses on a black boxer, an imminent champion, whose return to the ring is secretly set up for defeat. Atmospheric, colorful, humorous, and tragic, The Set-Up draws you into a time when boxing, like baseball, was a number one spectator sport. With its unforgiving authenticity and rich detail of character, The Set-Up is a work whose violent action has both root and logic in the characters themselves. Original adaptation by Louanne Moldovan, David Meyers, and Shelly Lipkin Directed by Louanne Moldovan Produced by Louanne Moldovan and David Meyers When:February 12 – March 5,2016 Where:Shaking-the-Tree Theater, 823 SE Grant Street, Portland, OR Tickets:$25 General Admission $20 Seniors and Students Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2484134 https://www.facebook.com/Cygnet-Productions-The-Setup-an-original-adaptation-545200388961640/?fref=ts Principal Cast: ActorsMusician Don AlderAdrian P. Baxter / Saxophone – Flute (OR Music Hall of Fame) Bobby Bermea Hank Cartwright David Meyers Jamie Rea Ted Schulz Michael Teufel Steve Vanderzee Jonah Weston Creative Team: Set Design by Tim Stapleton Lighting Design by Jeff Forbes Costume Design by Marychris Mass Fight Choreography by Kristen Mun
Sunday, February 28, 2016 from 4:30-6:30pm
4:30-6:30pm
Portland Solidarity Network is an organization that is dedicated to fighting for our rights in the workplace and at home. This includes fighting sexism, racism, ableism, and other forms of discrimination in a way that empowers us and builds momentum to create a more equal world. Contact portlandsolidaritynetwork@gmail.com for more information.
Monday
Feb
29
2016
Monday, February 29, 2016 from 6:30-7:30pm
6:30-7:30pm
Morpheus Youth Project and KBOO, with support from Oregon Humanities, have launched a new podcast series that explores the topic of criminalization: the process by which behaviors and individuals are transformed into crime and criminals. Recently, the podcast cohort group, which includes students at MacLaren Youth Corrections Facility, met to listen to the first episode and discuss their experiences with criminalization. Executive Director of Morpheus Youth Project, Carlos Chavez, will be hosting a Public Listening Party at his office on Friday, February 29th at 6:30pm. The first episode of the podcast will be played and additional discussions will be conducted. This event is free and open to the public.
March
2016
Tuesday
Mar
1
2016
Tuesday, March 1, 2016 from 7-10pm
7-10pm
What is real and how do we know? The blue/gold dress illusion demonstrates that you can’t always trust your brain. Dr. Michael Morgan, Professor of Psychology at WSU Vancouver, will use sensory illusions to reveal how the nervous system creates perceptions of the world. In this case, what you see is not what you get. Come learn about the brain’s limitations, exaggerations, and omissions. This is a repeat of the talk given at the Science on Tap Vancouver on August 12, 2015. ***EVENT DETAILS*** DATE: Tuesday, March 1, 2016 TIME: Doors at 6 p.m. event at 7 p.m. LOCATION: Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton Street, Portland, Ore. COST: $8 online advance tickets, $10* suggested cover at the door (see ticket link above). Online sales end at 4:00pm on day of show. FOOD & DRINK: Beer, wine, popcorn, and snacks available. You’re welcome to bring food into the theater with you. Event Website: http://www.viaproductions.org/events/clinton_march_1_reality/ _________ *A note on the suggested cover: Science on Tap is supported, in part, by money collected at the door. We are committed to offering educational opportunities to adults who want to learn, so if $10 is a hardship for you, please come anyway and donate what you can. Buying a ticket in advance confirms that you will have a seat at the event. http://www.facebook.com/events/909918929043969/
with
Surfrider
Tuesday, March 1, 2016 from 7:30-8:30pm
7:30-8:30pm
Laura's House, Newport OR (call (541) 815-3398 for directions)
Thursday
Mar
3
2016
Thursday, March 3, 2016 from noon-2pm
noon-2pm
SHORTS BY SOUTH AFRICAN WOMEN FILMMAKERS Women Filmmakers Week UNOMALANGA AND THE WITCH Directed by Palesa Shingle, 2014, 27min. Newly married, Nomalanga and her husband move into a small neighborhood. Her neighbors pique her curiosity when they gossip about the recently widowed woman who lives across the street, who is rumored to have used dark powers to kill her husband. Being an outsider herself, Nomalanga visits the widow and soon finds herself drawn to the mysterious woman. Winner of the Best Short South African Film at the 2015 Durban International Film Festival. In Xhosa with English subtitles. Not suitable for children. THE FALL OF GANESH Directed by Sheetal Megan, 2015, 24min. Amira hosts a Diwali dinner in order to mark a turning point in her life and announce her engagement to her family and friends. For an Indian woman, hosting a Diwali function is a rite of passage signifying womanhood. The dinner leads to a host of unexpected conflicts that culminate in an “explosive” confrontation. In English. Not suitable for children. EVELYN AND TAPIWA Directed by Samantha Nel, 2014, 20 min. Evelyn is an old domestic worker whose strength is failing. An accident forces her out of her job and she finds herself training her replacement, Tapiwa. As Tapiwa settles in, Evelyn prepares herself for a new life outside of domestic work. In English. Not suitable for children. THE INITIATE Directed by Keitumetsi Qhali, 2015, 24 min. Rethabile, a young ambitious college girl, finds out days before her traditional Sotho coming-of-age ceremony that she is pregnant. A series of disastrous and hilarious events unfold as she tries to keep the secret from her father. The risk of partaking in the Sotho ceremony will shame her father and her family, but she must attend. Will she keep the child, or will she keep the secret long enough to realize what it takes to be a woman? In Sotho with English subtitles. Not suitable for children.
Thursday, March 3, 2016 from 2:15-3:30pm
2:15-3:30pm
FLOWER GIRL Directed by Michelle Bello Nigeria, 2013 , 79 min. This romantic comedy film, set and shot in Lagos, Nigeria, tells the story of Kemi, who works in her parents’ flower shop and is dying to get married to her long-time lawyer boyfriend Umar. Umar, however, is interested only in work and getting ahead in his career. When he finally gets the promotion he’s worked so long and hard for, instead of proposing marriage to Kemi as promised, he breaks up with her. Completely distraught, Kemi steps into traffic and is hit by a car. The driver turns out to be Tunde Kulani, the famous Nollywood movie star, who agrees to help Kemi get Umar back on his knees proposing to her. In English. Not suitable for children.
Thursday, March 3, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
PIRATES OF SALÉ Thursday Evening Documentary Films Directed by Merieme Addou and Rosa Rogers Morocco, 2014 , 79 min. Women Filmmakers Week – Thursday Evening Documentary Films Salé, a city on Morocco’s coast, was once famed as a pirate stronghold. Today it houses the country’s first professional circus, Cirque Shems’y, and its circus training school that caters to the country’s underprivileged youth. The film follows four teens in various stages of artistic development through their auditions, training and performance. It’s a tough journey of transformation as they learn to live independently, express themselves, challenge convention and embrace a totally alien concept: artistic freedom. In Arabic and French with English subtitles. Not suitable for children.
Friday
Mar
4
2016
Friday, March 4, 2016 at midnight through Sunday, March 6, 2016 at 1pm
midnight through Sunday, March 6 at 1pm
Friday, March 4, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
Cygnet Productions announces the premier of its original adaptation of J.M. March’s rhyming epic The Set-Up, at Shaking-the-Tree Theater. Written by the author of The Wild Party (previously produced by Cygnet), The Set-Up, a Jazz Age melodrama, tells a tale of savagery in the boxing ring with nervous, rapidly moving, rhyming couplets. In performance, the piece takes on an ambience and quality unlike anything most have ever seen onstage. Imagine the world of Damon Runyon presented by Homer, in the format of an epic poem, yet, like Moliere, in rhyming couplets. The play takes place in Hell's Kitchen during the late 1920s. It focuses on a black boxer, an imminent champion, whose return to the ring is secretly set up for defeat. Atmospheric, colorful, humorous, and tragic, The Set-Up draws you into a time when boxing, like baseball, was a number one spectator sport. With its unforgiving authenticity and rich detail of character, The Set-Up is a work whose violent action has both root and logic in the characters themselves. Original adaptation by Louanne Moldovan, David Meyers, and Shelly Lipkin Directed by Louanne Moldovan Produced by Louanne Moldovan and David Meyers When:February 12 – March 5,2016 Where:Shaking-the-Tree Theater, 823 SE Grant Street, Portland, OR Tickets:$25 General Admission $20 Seniors and Students Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2484134 https://www.facebook.com/Cygnet-Productions-The-Setup-an-original-adaptation-545200388961640/?fref=ts Principal Cast: ActorsMusician Don AlderAdrian P. Baxter / Saxophone – Flute (OR Music Hall of Fame) Bobby Bermea Hank Cartwright David Meyers Jamie Rea Ted Schulz Michael Teufel Steve Vanderzee Jonah Weston Creative Team: Set Design by Tim Stapleton Lighting Design by Jeff Forbes Costume Design by Marychris Mass Fight Choreography by Kristen Mun
Friday, March 4, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
SHORTS BY SOUTH AFRICAN WOMEN FILMMAKERS Women Filmmakers Week UNOMALANGA AND THE WITCH Directed by Palesa Shingle, 2014, 27min. Newly married, Nomalanga and her husband move into a small neighborhood. Her neighbors pique her curiosity when they gossip about the recently widowed woman who lives across the street, who is rumored to have used dark powers to kill her husband. Being an outsider herself, Nomalanga visits the widow and soon finds herself drawn to the mysterious woman. Winner of the Best Short South African Film at the 2015 Durban International Film Festival. In Xhosa with English subtitles. Not suitable for children. THE FALL OF GANESH Directed by Sheetal Megan, 2015, 24min. Amira hosts a Diwali dinner in order to mark a turning point in her life and announce her engagement to her family and friends. For an Indian woman, hosting a Diwali function is a rite of passage signifying womanhood. The dinner leads to a host of unexpected conflicts that culminate in an “explosive” confrontation. In English. Not suitable for children. EVELYN AND TAPIWA Directed by Samantha Nel, 2014, 20 min. Evelyn is an old domestic worker whose strength is failing. An accident forces her out of her job and she finds herself training her replacement, Tapiwa. As Tapiwa settles in, Evelyn prepares herself for a new life outside of domestic work. In English. Not suitable for children. THE INITIATE Directed by Keitumetsi Qhali, 2015, 24 min. Rethabile, a young ambitious college girl, finds out days before her traditional Sotho coming-of-age ceremony that she is pregnant. A series of disastrous and hilarious events unfold as she tries to keep the secret from her father. The risk of partaking in the Sotho ceremony will shame her father and her family, but she must attend. Will she keep the child, or will she keep the secret long enough to realize what it takes to be a woman? In Sotho with English subtitles. Not suitable for children.
with
Surfrider
Friday, March 4, 2016 from 5-7pm
5-7pm
Come join Coos Bay Surfrider at Waxers Surf and Skate in Downtown Coos Bay for wine walk sponsored by Barefoot wines. Learn about what we are doing, meet some our fantastic volunteers.
Saturday
Mar
5
2016
Saturday, March 5, 2016 at midnight through Monday, March 7, 2016 at midnight
midnight through Monday, March 7 at midnight
Saturday, March 5, 2016 from 7:30-9pm
7:30-9pm
The Portland Youth Philharmonic’s Winter Concert features Marion Bauer’s Sun Splendor, PYP’s Concerto Competition Winner, and Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Symphony No. 3. Purchase tickets online, at the door, or by calling PYP at 503-223-5939. Visit our website at www.portlandyouthphil.org for more information.
Saturday, March 5, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
This planting is part of Johnson Creek Watershed Council's "Watershed Wide Event." Come plant native trees and shrubs to help restore the Johnson Creek Watershed's native habitats, improve water quality and reduce the amount of stormwater entering the creek. Lunch will be provided at an afternoon celebration event. This project is in partnership with the Johnson Creek Watershed Council and the City of Gresham and is supported by the East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District and Metro. See a map of this site, HERE. Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
Saturday, March 5, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
Friends of Trees is partnering with the City of Salem’s Stormwater Division and Parks Department to stabilize the stream banks along Pringle Creek and provide a natural buffer around the creek as it winds through this beautifully wooded park. This year’s two plantings will focus on the south end of the park where we will be expanding the riparian forest from the parking lot to the footbridge next to Judson Middle School. Bring your disc golf discs to play the challenging course that runs through the park after the planting! The park is located at 4629 Sunnyside Road SE, Salem, OR 97302 (map). Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
Saturday, March 5, 2016 from 9am-noon
9am-noon
This planting in SE Portland is part of Johnson Creek Watershed Council's "Watershed Wide Event." Come plant native trees and shrubs to help restore the Johnson Creek Watershed's native habitats, improve water quality and reduce the amount of stormwater entering the creek. Lunch will be provided at an afternoon celebration event. This project is in partnership with the Johnson Creek Watershed Council and Portland Parks & Recreation and is supported by the East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District and Metro. See a map of this site, HERE. Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
Saturday, March 5, 2016 from 9-10am
9-10am
with
Surfrider
Saturday, March 5, 2016 from 8-11am
8-11am
BWTF (Blue Water Task Force) is Surfrider Foundation's citizen-based, volunteer run water quality monitoring program. The Newport Chapter is currently seeking volunteers to continue the water monitoring effort. Contact Vince Pappalardo - volunteercoordinator@newport.or.surfrider.org for details
Saturday, March 5, 2016 at 9:30am
9:30am
Experience a unique combination of history, nature, and recreation on a 10K Champoeg Park course through forests, fields, and wetlands. 20K and 30K entrants complete multiple 10K loops.
Saturday, March 5, 2016 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
FLOWER GIRL Closing Night Directed by Michelle Bello Nigeria, 2013 , 79 min. This romantic comedy film, set and shot in Lagos, Nigeria, tells the story of Kemi, who works in her parents’ flower shop and is dying to get married to her long-time lawyer boyfriend Umar. Umar, however, is interested only in work and getting ahead in his career. When he finally gets the promotion he’s worked so long and hard for, instead of proposing marriage to Kemi as promised, he breaks up with her. Completely distraught, Kemi steps into traffic and is hit by a car. The driver turns out to be Tunde Kulani, the famous Nollywood movie star, who agrees to help Kemi get Umar back on his knees proposing to her. In English. Not suitable for children.
Saturday, March 5, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
The Portland Youth Philharmonic boldly moves forward into the New Year with its Winter Concert on March 5, 2016 at 7:30 PM at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. The concert will feature Marion Bauer’s Sun Splendor, PYP’s Concerto Competition Winner, and a soaring rendition of Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Symphony No. 3. PYP’s 92nd Season continues with the Cushion Concert on March 13, 2016, Camerata PYP on April 24, 2016, the Spring Concert on May 1, 2016, and the Skyview Postlude Concert on May 15, 2016. For more information or to buy tickets visit, www.portlandyouthphil.org or call (503) 223.5939. Connect with PYP on Facebook as the Portland Youth Philharmonic, on Twitter as @PDXYouthPhil, and on Instagram as pdxyouthphil for performance dates, contests, giveaways, and more! Ticket range: $19-$55/ticket
Saturday, March 5, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
Cygnet Productions announces the premier of its original adaptation of J.M. March’s rhyming epic The Set-Up, at Shaking-the-Tree Theater. Written by the author of The Wild Party (previously produced by Cygnet), The Set-Up, a Jazz Age melodrama, tells a tale of savagery in the boxing ring with nervous, rapidly moving, rhyming couplets. In performance, the piece takes on an ambience and quality unlike anything most have ever seen onstage. Imagine the world of Damon Runyon presented by Homer, in the format of an epic poem, yet, like Moliere, in rhyming couplets. The play takes place in Hell's Kitchen during the late 1920s. It focuses on a black boxer, an imminent champion, whose return to the ring is secretly set up for defeat. Atmospheric, colorful, humorous, and tragic, The Set-Up draws you into a time when boxing, like baseball, was a number one spectator sport. With its unforgiving authenticity and rich detail of character, The Set-Up is a work whose violent action has both root and logic in the characters themselves. Original adaptation by Louanne Moldovan, David Meyers, and Shelly Lipkin Directed by Louanne Moldovan Produced by Louanne Moldovan and David Meyers When:February 12 – March 5,2016 Where:Shaking-the-Tree Theater, 823 SE Grant Street, Portland, OR Tickets:$25 General Admission $20 Seniors and Students Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2484134 https://www.facebook.com/Cygnet-Productions-The-Setup-an-original-adaptation-545200388961640/?fref=ts Principal Cast: ActorsMusician Don AlderAdrian P. Baxter / Saxophone – Flute (OR Music Hall of Fame) Bobby Bermea Hank Cartwright David Meyers Jamie Rea Ted Schulz Michael Teufel Steve Vanderzee Jonah Weston Creative Team: Set Design by Tim Stapleton Lighting Design by Jeff Forbes Costume Design by Marychris Mass Fight Choreography by Kristen Mun
Saturday, March 5, 2016 from 9-10am
9-10am
Sunday
Mar
6
2016
Friday, March 4, 2016 at midnight through Sunday, March 6, 2016 at 1pm
midnight through Sunday, March 6 at 1pm
Saturday, March 5, 2016 at midnight through Monday, March 7, 2016 at midnight
midnight through Monday, March 7 at midnight
Sunday, March 6, 2016 from 4:30-6:30pm
4:30-6:30pm
Portland Solidarity Network is an organization that is dedicated to fighting for our rights in the workplace and at home. This includes fighting sexism, racism, ableism, and other forms of discrimination in a way that empowers us and builds momentum to create a more equal world. Contact portlandsolidaritynetwork@gmail.com for more information.
Monday
Mar
7
2016
Monday, March 7, 2016 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
Monday, March 7, 2016 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
Tuesday
Mar
8
2016
Tuesday, March 8, 2016 at 6:30pm
6:30pm
Tuesday, March 8, 2016 at 7:30pm
7:30pm
Thursday
Mar
10
2016
Thursday, March 10, 2016 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
Join social justice activists and candidates for mayor of Portland March 10 at 6:30 PM for a public conversation about the social justice issues in our community. *Jules Bailey - candidate for PDX mayor *Israel Bayer - Street Roots *Jo Ann Hardesty - NAACP - Portland Chapter *Jason Renaud - Mental Health Association of Portland *Ted Wheeler - candidate for PDX mayor Doors open @ 6:00 PM. Program begins @ 6:30 PM. Event co-sponsors include KBOO Community Radio 90.7, First Unitarian Church, McKenzie River Gathering, Mental Health Association of Portland, NAACP - Portland Chapter, Maranatha Church, Street Roots, Portland Women's Crisis Line - and OTHERS. ORGANIZER - The Mental Health Association of Portland is the state’s impartial and independent advocate for persons with mental illness and addiction. Our task is to help persons with a diagnosis of mental illness or addiction speak up and speak out – and to speak for those who cannot speak for themselves.
with
Surfrider
Thursday, March 10, 2016 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
Friday
Mar
11
2016
Friday, March 11, 2016 from 5:30-9pm
5:30-9pm
Saturday
Mar
12
2016
Saturday, March 12, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
Friends of Trees is excited to continue our partnership this season with the City of Tualatin and Clean Water Services. We will be planting along a new section of the Tualatin River Greenway. This planting is part of the Tree For All campaign which has planted over three million native plants in the Tualatin River Watershed in the past decade! Clean Water Services, Friends of Trees, thousands of volunteers, other non-profits, city partners, and private landowners will be working together this season to continue the success of this program. Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
Saturday, March 12, 2016 from 12:30-2pm
12:30-2pm
Feminist Meet Up, Brunch and Discussion Group is held on the second Saturday of every month from 12:30p-2:00p. Eat, drink, and bash patriarchy with fellow feminists! This discussion group is a friendly, open, exchange of ideas on a different topic each month. For the most up to date information, join us on www.facebook.com. Search for "Portland Feminist Meet-Up".
with
Surfrider
Saturday, March 12, 2016 from 8-11am
8-11am
BWTF (Blue Water Task Force) is Surfrider Foundation's citizen-based, volunteer run water quality monitoring program. The Newport Chapter is currently seeking volunteers to continue the water monitoring effort. Contact Vince Pappalardo - volunteercoordinator@newport.or.surfrider.org for details
Saturday, March 12, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
Friends of Trees is excited to be planting at this special site! This is the second of two plantings this season where we will be in a portion of the refuge not open to the public, so take advantage of this opportunity to see a side of the refuge that few get to experience! Our partners at this planting include Friends of the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and Clean Water Services. See a map of this site, HERE. Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
Saturday, March 12, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
Plant and mulch native trees and shrubs and remove invasive plants at the fifth annual Rock Creek Watershed-Wide Restoration Event! Rock Creek is an important tributary of the Clackamas River, which provides high quality drinking water to more than 300,000 people and provides critical habitat for many sensitive species of plants, fish and wildlife. Registration is required for this planting event. This is a popular event and space is limited -- REGISTER HERE Gloves, tools and planting guidance are provided, as well as a variety of tasty breakfast food and coffee/hot chocolate. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! The staging site will once again be the Galaxy Barn at Pendarvis Farm - site of the renowned Pickathon Music Festival. We'll be planting a wide diversity of native trees and shrubs to create a hedgerow on the property that will attract native pollinators and contribute to watershed health. To round out the fun there will be raffle prizes and live music! More details will be sent to you upon registration. Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Rock Creek Partnership was formed in 2011 and is a collaboration between the Clackamas River Basin Council, Friends of Trees, and SOLVE and is supported with funding from Clackamas County Water Environment Services, on behalf of Clackamas Service District No. 1. === Special thanks to Whole Foods Market for generously sponsoring this event. ===
Saturday, March 12, 2016 at 9am
9am
Saturday, March 12, 2016 at 8am
8am
Sunday
Mar
13
2016
Sunday, March 13, 2016 at 9am through Thursday, March 17, 2016 at 4pm
9am through Thursday, March 17 at 4pm
PDX Permaculture Sunday, March 13 at 9:00 AM The Sustainable Shelter Series is a seven week course designed to empower participants with the ability to build and/or renovate their own home using ... http://www.meetup.com/Portland-Permaculture-Meetup/events/227443542/
Sunday, March 13, 2016 from 8-11am
8-11am
Leave the crowds and craziness behind. Enjoy our super low-key St Patrick's Day themed run/walk event along the paved and peaceful Rock Creek Trail in NW Portland. ​ Lucky Dog offers a 5k and 10k course or the option to put a 3 person team together and do the 15k Relay. Dogs on leashes are welcome and the course is stroller friendly. After party to be held at the Rock Creek Corner.
Sunday, March 13, 2016 from 12:30-4pm
12:30-4pm
The Portland Youth Philharmonic’s Young String Ensemble heads out to the World Forestry Center in Portland for its annual Cushion Concerts on March 15, 2016 at 12:30 and 2:30 PM, sponsored by Kennedy Violins. Conducted by Inés Voglar Belgique, and members of the Oregon Symphony, these concerts are specially designed with younger audience members in mind. Families with children ages 2 and up are invited on a musical adventure for all to enjoy. Bring your little ones and your cushions, and take a seat to listen to classical favorites performed by PYP’s youngest ensemble. Arrive 30 minutes early to experience our Instrument Petting Zoo. Children may try violins, cellos, and other instruments in the string family, while having some one-on-one time with PYP musicians in a fun and interactive environment. For more information or to buy tickets, visit www.portlandyouthphil.org or call (503) 223.5939. Connect with PYP on Facebook as the Portland Youth Philharmonic, on Twitter as @PDXYouthPhil, and on Instagram as pdxyouthphil for performance dates, contests, giveaways, and more! Price range: $6-$12/ticket
Sunday, March 13, 2016 from 4:30-6:30pm
4:30-6:30pm
Portland Solidarity Network is an organization that is dedicated to fighting for our rights in the workplace and at home. This includes fighting sexism, racism, ableism, and other forms of discrimination in a way that empowers us and builds momentum to create a more equal world. Contact portlandsolidaritynetwork@gmail.com for more information.
Monday
Mar
14
2016
Monday, March 14, 2016 at 9am through Friday, March 18, 2016 at 4pm
9am through Friday, March 18 at 4pm
PDX Permaculture Monday, March 14 at 9:00 AM Every home needs a good set of boots. Most conventional foundations use large amounts of portland cement, a high-embedded energy material contributin... http://www.meetup.com/Portland-Permaculture-Meetup/events/227443581/
Monday, March 14, 2016 at midnight through Wednesday, March 16, 2016 at midnight
midnight through Wednesday, March 16 at midnight
Save the Date: Oregon Active Transportation Summit March 14-15, Portland Oregon We want to learn from you: Oregon Active Transportation Summit Request for Proposals is open through November 30 Submit a proposal here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1_z0rcHTNw1CeWjK-pIg-wzoplJAXr7kg8TvWloqtN-w/viewform?usp=send_form
Monday, March 14, 2016 at midnight through Wednesday, March 16, 2016 at midnight
midnight through Wednesday, March 16 at midnight
Oregon Active Transportation Summit March 14-15, Portland Oregon 2016 Summit: Our Healthy Streets Where: The Sentinel Hotel, 614 SW 11th Ave, Portland, OR Please join us for two days of inspiring mobile workshops, plenaries, professional training, and networking with innovators, thought leaders, and passionate professionals from the Pacific Northwest. If you are a professional, policy maker, or advocate working in the fields of transportation planning and engineering, community development, recreation and tourism, or public health, this event is for you! More info here: http://ourhealthystreets.org/atsummit/ Register here: https://btaoregon.secure.force.com/events/CnP_PaaS_EVT__ExternalRegistrationPage?event_id=a2ji0000000Dn1XAAS
Tuesday
Mar
15
2016
with
Hatch
Tuesday, March 15, 2016 from 2-3pm
2-3pm
TICKETS: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/workshop-legal-entity-choice-for-your-social-enterprise-tickets-20067582680 WORKSHOP - Legal Entity Choice for Your Social Enterprise  We will discuss types of legal entities available for social enterprise, from traditional corporations, B corporations, nonprofit corporations, and everything in between. At the end of this workshop, you will have more information about your options for choosing a legal structure for your social enterprise. Your Expert: Kate Kilberg Time of Day: 2:00 PM Room: Conference Room Duration: 60 minutes Topic Area: Legal
Tuesday, March 15, 2016 from 4:30-7:30pm
4:30-7:30pm
with
Surfrider
Tuesday, March 15, 2016 from 6:30-7:30pm
6:30-7:30pm
Laura's House, Newport OR (call (541) 815-3398 for directions)
Tuesday, March 15, 2016 from 7:30-9pm
7:30-9pm
Venue:
@
SMILE Station
Are you fascinated by small and unusual plants? Do you wonder what “rock gardening” could possibly mean? Want to chat with people who love plants? Come to an open house at the Columbia-Willamette chapter of the North American Rock Garden Society. Meet our members, admire beautiful plants, and learn about NARGS. We’ll have door prizes and, yes, cookies.
with
Surfrider
Tuesday, March 15, 2016 from 7:30-8:30pm
7:30-8:30pm
Laura's House, Newport OR (call (541) 815-3398 for directions)
Wednesday
Mar
16
2016
with
Surfrider
Wednesday, March 16, 2016 at midnight through Thursday, March 17, 2016 at midnight
midnight through Thursday, March 17 at midnight
BWTF (Blue Water Task Force) is a citizen-based, volunteer runwater quality monitoring program. The Siuslaw chapter is currently seekingvolunteers to continue the water monitoring effort. Contact Linda Serbus lindaserbus@gmail.com
Wednesday, March 16, 2016 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
Wednesday, March 16, 2016 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
Thursday
Mar
17
2016
Friday
Mar
18
2016
Saturday
Mar
19
2016
with
Surfrider
Saturday, March 19, 2016 at midnight through Sunday, March 20, 2016 at midnight
midnight through Sunday, March 20 at midnight
with
Surfrider
Saturday, March 19, 2016 at midnight through Sunday, March 20, 2016 at midnight
midnight through Sunday, March 20 at midnight
with
Surfrider
Saturday, March 19, 2016 from 8-11am
8-11am
BWTF (Blue Water Task Force) is Surfrider Foundation's citizen-based, volunteer run water quality monitoring program. The Newport Chapter is currently seeking volunteers to continue the water monitoring effort. Contact Vince Pappalardo - volunteercoordinator@newport.or.surfrider.org for details
Saturday, March 19, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
Join Friends of Trees and the City of Happy Valley as we plant native trees and shrubs to help restore the riparian vegetation around Mt. Scott Creek. Mt. Scott is a tributary to Kellog Creek, an important tributary to the Willamette River and home to Coho salmon, Steelhead, Pacific lamprey and many more wildlife species. Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
with
350 Pdx
Saturday, March 19, 2016 from 3-4pm
3-4pm
Come hang out with other 350PDX folks and find out what's new with 350PDX. Food and drink will be available for purchase (please note: McMenamins does NOT allow any outside drinks)
Saturday, March 19, 2016 from 9-10am
9-10am
Saturday, March 19, 2016 from 10am-2pm
10am-2pm
Help us keep our Bike Fleet in good condition and working order! Each year we teach thousands of Portland 4th and 5th graders to bike safely on the street with these bikes. They need routine maintenance every month to keep the parts working smoothly. So if you’ve got mechanic skills, come join us for some greasy fun on the third Saturday of every month from 10 am to 2 pm. Directions: It's on the NE corner of NE 21st Ct. and Pacific Avenue. It's just northeast of the Sunshine Dairy, but still south of I-84. Our shop entrance is on the NW corner of that block, through the chain link fence. Please sign up if you can make it and bring your own coffee cup if you like hot coffee! Thanks to Grand Central Bakery for providing snacks for us. *Maintenance Days are usually scheduled for the 3rd Saturday of every month from 10-2pm at the Parks Building. So mark your calendars and invite a handy friend! Sign up to Volunteer here: http://btaoregon.force.com/volunteers/GW_Volunteers__VolunteersJobListingFS?Calendar=1&volunteerShiftId=a15i00000053gVbAAI&jobId=a13i0000001ZWaRAAW&dtMonthFilter=2015-5-16%203:0:0
Saturday, March 19, 2016 from 10-11am
10-11am
Saturday, March 19, 2016 from noon-2pm
noon-2pm
PFLAG Portland Black Chapter (PBC) hosts monthly meetings and socials to provide a safe space for LGBT African Americans, their friends and family, to engage in dialogue, self-reflection, connect with community members, socialize and network, and access support and resources.
with
350 Pdx
Saturday, March 19, 2016 from 3-4pm
3-4pm
Come hang out with other 350PDX folks and find out what's new with 350PDX. Food and drink will be available for purchase (please note: McMenamins does NOT allow any outside drinks)
Saturday, March 19, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
Friends of Trees is excited to partner with Friends of Fernhill Wetlands, the Fernhill Wetlands Council, and Clean Water Services to continue our restoration efforts at Fernhill Wetlands in Forest Grove. This planting is part of the Tree For All campaign which has planted over three million native plants in the Tualatin River Watershed in the past decade! Clean Water Services, Friends of Trees, thousands of volunteers, other non-profits, city partners, and private landowners will be working together this season to continue the success of this program. See a map of this site, HERE. Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
Sunday
Mar
20
2016
Sunday, March 20, 2016 from noon-2pm
noon-2pm
IOW holds its monthly Board meeting on the 3rd Sunday of each month. Meetings are held at In Other Words and are open to the entire community. Please join us to hear about our work, what's going on with the organization, and how you can plugin. Board minutes are available upon request. Email board@inotherwords.org for more info, or if you would like to request an agenda item.
Sunday, March 20, 2016 from 4:30-6:30pm
4:30-6:30pm
Portland Solidarity Network is an organization that is dedicated to fighting for our rights in the workplace and at home. This includes fighting sexism, racism, ableism, and other forms of discrimination in a way that empowers us and builds momentum to create a more equal world. Contact portlandsolidaritynetwork@gmail.com for more information.
Monday
Mar
21
2016
Monday, March 21, 2016 at 9am through Friday, March 25, 2016 at 4pm
9am through Friday, March 25 at 4pm
PDX Permaculture Monday, March 21 at 9:00 AM Timber and pole framing is a timeless tradition among the owner/builder. In this class you will learn the craft of joining large timbers and poles in... http://www.meetup.com/Portland-Permaculture-Meetup/events/227443658/
Tuesday
Mar
22
2016
with
Surfrider
Tuesday, March 22, 2016 from noon-10pm
noon-10pm
with
Surfrider
Tuesday, March 22, 2016 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
Tuesday, March 22, 2016 at 8pm
8pm
Tuesday, March 22, 2016 at 7pm
7pm
with
Surfrider
Tuesday, March 22, 2016 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
Thursday
Mar
24
2016
Thursday, March 24, 2016 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
Venue:
@
Alberta Abbey
The Blind Cafe is a mind bending and heart opening experience where the audience will dine on a vegetarian meal, including wine and dessert, and enjoy a concert by Rosh & The Blind Cafe Orchestra in the pitch dark! All the wait staff will be blind. You will participate in a Q&A with your blind wait staff. There will be a delicious meal prepared to delight your senses by a local chef. Your heart and mind will be opened as you experience a sensory tasting dinner, celebrate and explore spacial awareness and darkness, and indulge in unencumbered music listening without the distraction of visual conditioning, social etiquette, and your cell phones. With the love and laughter of those at your table you will share a meal family-style, building friendship and community on a night you will never forget or SEE!
with
Surfrider
Thursday, March 24, 2016 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
Thursday, March 24, 2016 from 8:30-10:30pm
8:30-10:30pm
Venue:
@
Alberta Abbey
The Blind Cafe is a mind bending and heart opening experience where the audience will dine on a vegetarian meal, including wine and dessert, and enjoy a concert by Rosh & The Blind Cafe Orchestra in the pitch dark! All the wait staff will be blind. You will participate in a Q&A with your blind wait staff. There will be a delicious meal prepared to delight your senses by a local chef. Your heart and mind will be opened as you experience a sensory tasting dinner, celebrate and explore spacial awareness and darkness, and indulge in unencumbered music listening without the distraction of visual conditioning, social etiquette, and your cell phones. With the love and laughter of those at your table you will share a meal family-style, building friendship and community on a night you will never forget or SEE!
Friday
Mar
25
2016
Friday, March 25, 2016 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
Venue:
@
Alberta Abbey
The Blind Cafe is a mind bending and heart opening experience where the audience will dine on a vegetarian meal, including wine and dessert, and enjoy a concert by Rosh & The Blind Cafe Orchestra in the pitch dark! All the wait staff will be blind. You will participate in a Q&A with your blind wait staff. There will be a delicious meal prepared to delight your senses by a local chef. Your heart and mind will be opened as you experience a sensory tasting dinner, celebrate and explore spacial awareness and darkness, and indulge in unencumbered music listening without the distraction of visual conditioning, social etiquette, and your cell phones. With the love and laughter of those at your table you will share a meal family-style, building friendship and community on a night you will never forget or SEE!
Friday, March 25, 2016 from 8:30-10:30pm
8:30-10:30pm
Venue:
@
Alberta Abbey
The Blind Cafe is a mind bending and heart opening experience where the audience will dine on a vegetarian meal, including wine and dessert, and enjoy a concert by Rosh & The Blind Cafe Orchestra in the pitch dark! All the wait staff will be blind. You will participate in a Q&A with your blind wait staff. There will be a delicious meal prepared to delight your senses by a local chef. Your heart and mind will be opened as you experience a sensory tasting dinner, celebrate and explore spacial awareness and darkness, and indulge in unencumbered music listening without the distraction of visual conditioning, social etiquette, and your cell phones. With the love and laughter of those at your table you will share a meal family-style, building friendship and community on a night you will never forget or SEE!
Friday, March 25, 2016 at 6:30pm
6:30pm
Saturday
Mar
26
2016
with
Surfrider
Saturday, March 26, 2016 at midnight through Sunday, March 27, 2016 at midnight
midnight through Sunday, March 27 at midnight
with
Surfrider
Saturday, March 26, 2016 from 8-11am
8-11am
BWTF (Blue Water Task Force) is Surfrider Foundation's citizen-based, volunteer run water quality monitoring program. The Newport Chapter is currently seeking volunteers to continue the water monitoring effort. Contact Vince Pappalardo - volunteercoordinator@newport.or.surfrider.org for details
with
SOLVE
Saturday, March 26, 2016 from 9am-4pm
9am-4pm
Venue:
@
SOLVE Office
Celebrate the Oregon coast by giving back on March 26! Since 1986, the Oregon tradition of cleaning up our beaches has supported clean seas and healthy communities for our residents, visitors and wildlife. This is a family friendly event, covering the entire Oregon coast; it draws thousands of volunteers each year and all Oregonians are encouraged to join in. Pick your favorite beach and sign up to volunteer at solveoregon.org or call 503-844-9571 ext. 332 or 1-800-333-SOLV.
Saturday, March 26, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
Join us for the second of two plantings this season in partnership with the City of Hillsboro and Clean Water Services at Jackson Bottom Wetlands preserve! Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. There will be an approximately 10 minute walk from the parking lot to the planting area. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! This planting is part of the Tree For All campaign which has planted over three million native plants in the Tualatin River Watershed in the past decade! Clean Water Services, Friends of Trees, thousands of volunteers, other non-profits, city partners, and private landowners will be working together this season to continue the success of this program. Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
Saturday, March 26, 2016 from 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
Join Friends of Trees at the second of two plantings this season at Durham City Park! Please arrive around 8:45am to be registered and assigned to a crew. The event will start promptly at 9:00am. We provide breakfast snacks and hot chocolate/coffee, as well as gloves, tools and guidance. Please come dressed for the weather and wearing sturdy shoes and get ready to have fun! Looking to volunteer as a group? RSVPs are kindly requested for groups of more than 5 people - click HERE to do so. RSVPs are not required for individuals or groups of 4 or fewer -- you can simply show up! This event is in partnership with the City of Durham and Clean Water Services. This planting is part of the Tree For All campaign which has planted over three million native plants in the Tualatin River Watershed in the past decade! Clean Water Services, Friends of Trees, thousands of volunteers, other non-profits, city partners, and private landowners will be working together this season to continue the success of this program. Please contact Jenny or Randi at (503) 595-0213 if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to seeing you out there!
Saturday, March 26, 2016 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
Venue:
@
Alberta Abbey
The Blind Cafe is a mind bending and heart opening experience where the audience will dine on a vegetarian meal, including wine and dessert, and enjoy a concert by Rosh & The Blind Cafe Orchestra in the pitch dark! All the wait staff will be blind. You will participate in a Q&A with your blind wait staff. There will be a delicious meal prepared to delight your senses by a local chef. Your heart and mind will be opened as you experience a sensory tasting dinner, celebrate and explore spacial awareness and darkness, and indulge in unencumbered music listening without the distraction of visual conditioning, social etiquette, and your cell phones. With the love and laughter of those at your table you will share a meal family-style, building friendship and community on a night you will never forget or SEE!
Saturday, March 26, 2016 from 8:30-10:30pm
8:30-10:30pm
Venue:
@
Alberta Abbey
The Blind Cafe is a mind bending and heart opening experience where the audience will dine on a vegetarian meal, including wine and dessert, and enjoy a concert by Rosh & The Blind Cafe Orchestra in the pitch dark! All the wait staff will be blind. You will participate in a Q&A with your blind wait staff. There will be a delicious meal prepared to delight your senses by a local chef. Your heart and mind will be opened as you experience a sensory tasting dinner, celebrate and explore spacial awareness and darkness, and indulge in unencumbered music listening without the distraction of visual conditioning, social etiquette, and your cell phones. With the love and laughter of those at your table you will share a meal family-style, building friendship and community on a night you will never forget or SEE!
Sunday
Mar
27
2016
Sunday, March 27, 2016 from 4:30-6:30pm
4:30-6:30pm
Portland Solidarity Network is an organization that is dedicated to fighting for our rights in the workplace and at home. This includes fighting sexism, racism, ableism, and other forms of discrimination in a way that empowers us and builds momentum to create a more equal world. Contact portlandsolidaritynetwork@gmail.com for more information.
Monday
Mar
28
2016
Monday, March 28, 2016 at 7pm
7pm
Monday, March 28, 2016 at 8pm
8pm
Tuesday
Mar
29
2016
Wednesday
Mar
30
2016
Wednesday, March 30, 2016 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
"Assata Shakur talks about socialist development in Cuba." The former Black Panther and Black Liberation Army cadre who has had political asylum in Cuba since 1984, talks about socialist practices in Cuba, racism, patriarchy, and the way forward for socialist politics. The All African People's Revolutionary Party (A-APRP) is hosting its annual discussion events as a way of informing discussion about the worldwide struggle for Pan-Africanism, which we define as one unified socialist Africa. We believe Pan-Africanism is the key to the problems facing over 900 million Africans who are scattered and suffering in 113 countries. We also believe Pan-Africanism is our contribution to the worldwide movement for peace, justice, and scientific socialism. Also, don't forget that the A-APRP feeds children every Monday and Friday at Colombia International Cup Coffee Shop in N. Portland. Look for us to expand our work with other local organizations in New Columbia to help build an independent African school there. Contact us at www.aaaprporegon.org for more information. Here is the list of future screenings: Wed, Apr 27th - "Kwame Ture on zionism as Africa's Enemy" Smith 236 Wed, May 18th - "A Message from Women in Gambia" Smith 333
Thursday
Mar
31
2016
with
Hatch
Thursday, March 31, 2016 from noon-2pm
noon-2pm
In-person event
April
2016
Friday
Apr
1
2016
with
Surfrider
Friday, April 1, 2016 from 7:30-8:30pm
7:30-8:30pm
Laura's House, Newport OR (call (541) 815-3398 for directions)
Saturday
Apr
2
2016